Research: A K-State Tradition
Calling for Research Ambassadors: The Face of the Future!
Research Ambassador applications are now open! Build your communication skills and resume experience by promoting Undergraduate Research with OURCI. Applications are due by 5pm January 30th, 2015.
Questions? Email email@example.com
Congratulations to all of the undergraduates who participated in the Engineering Undergraduate Research Poster Forum!
Please visit the College of Engineering website to learn more.
Fall 2014 Poster Winners
1st Place: Alexa Jacobs, Biological & Agricultural Engineering
2nd Place: Sarah Stevenson, Mechanical & Nuclear Engineering
3rd Place - TIE: Andres Martinez, Mechanical & Nuclear Engineering & Jiayi Xu, Chemical Engineering
Congratulations to the 46 undergraduates who received Cancer Research Awards!
Kelsie Cole, biology; Macy Garcia, biochemistry; Nicole Fiorentino, biology; Adam Schieferecke, microbiology; Noah Trapp, microbiology; Jacob Morris, microbiology; Heidi Brown, microbiology; Muriel Eaton, biochemistry; William Jones, biology; Katherine Sensenich, microbiology; Andrew Konecny, biochemistry; Adam Elkiwan, biology; Melissa Feuerborn, biology; Laura VanLerberg, microbiology; Caitlin Hall, biology; Brendan Mitchell, biology; Megan Murray, biology; Jacob Hodge, biology; Leah Rettig, biology; Leiming Tang, biochemistry; Valerie Binns, electrical engineering; Noel Fernando Nieto, biology; Cody Simmons, biology; Kristin Bishop, microbiology; Anna Brokesh, biological systems engineering; Madeline Colter, biology; August Fitch, chemistry; Wren Michaels, microbiology; Steven Stimac, chemical engineering; Maia Carlson, biology; Kayla Wilkinson, biochemistry; Sarah McConnell, chemistry; Amanda Bradley, biology; Dillon Fairchild, biological systems engineering; Jordan Parker, biology; Erika Peters, microbiology; Raquel Ortega, chemistry; Bailey Wright, biology; Baylee Alexis Porter, psychology; Samantha Hustak, biology; Hayley Holt, animal sciences and industry; German Cuevas, biology; Zheng Zhao, biological systems engineering; Arasi Nakashima, animal sciences and industry; Jose Espinola, biochemistry; Ha Quang Le, microbiology
Faculty members and undergraduate researchers discuss the "who, what, and why" of undergraduate research