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Events

UHP students:

You are cordially invited to a Plant and Microbial Biology seminar scheduled for Tuesday, September 3rd at 4:00 p.m. in 101 David Clark Labs.  Dr. Steve Vogel from the Department of Biology at Duke University will present a seminar entitled Leaves in Flows: Structures that Manage Heat and Drag.

Dr. Vogel is a [...]

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Events

Join us October 19 for Michelle Phillips, Sarah Butz, David Lenz, and Jamie Yannayon, UHP Juniors in Engineering,who  have put their own twist on a standard engineering research project. Come to the Research Unplugged to hear about their research project entitled, “A Cost-Thrill Analysis of Roller Coaster Elements.” The group will talk about how they [...]

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Village

Over the past few weeks, several engineering students have asked me about organizations outside of the Quad. Unfortunately, I know very little about engineering, so I sat down and talked to Anna Komsa about SWE. Anna is a sophomore in Biomedical Engineering and the secretary for SWE.

The Society of Women Engineers works [...]

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Stories

A Powerful Work Experience

On September 13, 2012 By

Last summer, UHP student and former Honors Village Fellow Kyle Barth worked an internship at a  nuclear power plant in South Carolina. He decided to share his story with us so that we could learn from his experiences and better understand what it means to work as an undergraduate student.

Travis [...]

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Stories

UHP student, Andrew Santos, received a $10,000 scholarship from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation (ASF) and was honored in a public ceremony by Space Shuttle astronaut Kathryn Thornton.

You can read more on the NCSU Engineering website. 

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On March 30, Dr. Bitzer joined us to discuss how research has taken him as far and wide as nuclear powered submarines, the invention of the plasma screen, and the future of protein production.

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