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Stories

This blog post was written by UHP Junior, Micah Khater, and originally posted on the NEH’s Humanities Insights Blog.

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This post was written by one of our summer interns, Micah Khater, who is a rising junior at North Carolina State University. Her experience discovering NEH-funded projects that took place at her school may [...]

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Opportunities

APPLY NOW!   The Office of Undergraduate Research at NC State has opened the web application process for research grants for the fall and spring of the 2013-2014 academic year.  Please visit our grant information page for the step by step directions to apply and the links to download the proposal and budget forms.  Grants [...]

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Events

Join us next week for two opportunities to meet Dr. Lisa Gardner, Assistant Dean at University of Texas-Southwestern Medical Center (Dallas). Dr. Gardner will speak about the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and the Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Summer Undergraduate Research Programs (see below for details).

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Stories

Ahead Of Schedule

On June 1, 2012 By

Recent UHP graduate Adam Keith’s undergraduate research experiences netted him an academic publication and an acceptance into a doctoral program at University of Colorado at Boulder. Read more about his story, which was recently featured on the NCSU homepage.

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Stories

Recently, UHP student Travis Tippens sat down with Morgan Carter (UHP Junior in Biochemistry), who discussed her research with her partners Allie Amick (UHP Senior in Microbiology) and Will Kohlway (Senior in Microbiology)

TT: How long have you been engaged in research? When did you start, and what sparked your interest in undergraduate research?

MC: [...]

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Stories

Recently, Travis Tippens sat down with Supriya Sadagopan to talk about her freshman year in the UHP. She spent this year majoring in biochemistry, minoring in Spanish and Math, and conducting molecular dynamics simulations of a nanobiosensor made from bee venom.

 

TT: How long have you been engaged in research? When did you start, [...]

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