Have questions about the Honors College Undergraduate Research Program? Contact Undergraduate Research Program Coordinator, Jessie McCrary at firstname.lastname@example.org or Faculty Associate for Research, Marise Parent at email@example.com.
More Than An Athlete: Can’t Bend, Don’t Fold by Caleb Smith
Twenty-six tackles paired with 1.5 sacks, being named a starter at defensive end as a true freshman, defensive player of the game, and a returning letter winner could appear to be the components of a dominant football player. But what if I told you… more »
What’s up with the brain? I get that it’s important to our bodies but why? What exactly is its purpose and why should we find this interesting? According to an article on the Piedmont Healthcare website, the brain can process information from 1mph to 268mph. Also, our brains… more »
My name is Nia Mitchell, and I am a biology major with a Pre-Medical concentration. Thanks for visiting my blog post! This summer, I am attending a program called ECELA Spanish and Medicine. I’ll be spending 9 weeks in Chile (3 weeks in Viña del Mar and then 6 weeks in Santiago). I arrived… more »
True leaders take advantage of every opportunity to grow. That is why eighteen freshmen from the class of 2020 decided to join LEAD with Honors, a four-year leadership program designed to help students develop their leadership style and skills. Now, the 2020 cohort has found the perfect way to commemorate Earth week and the… more »
Undergraduate Research is often a concept foreign to students. It is frequently met with a lack of interest or confusion. Students think it will either be too rigorous, mundane, or unbeneficial. They may ask questions like, “Where do I even start?” or “How is this going to help me get a job?” or even “How… more »
Well, a few short days after I departed my rainforest abode, I found myself in the Transylvanian countryside. Work was already well under way on the excavation of biological human remains associated with an 11th century church. The remaining architecture was evident and well preserved, and it was clear from the soil and building… more »