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Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry

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Office details for Fall 2020

Staff are available via email - general office questions, ourci@ksu.edu or to contact the Assistant Director, Dr. Brenee King, breneek@ksu.edu.

Meetings can be scheduled via ZOOM or in-person by contacting breneek@ksu.edu or calling 785-532-5385.

Phone inquiries should be directed to 785-532-5385.

Research: A K-State Tradition

Congratulations to the 2020 Undergraduate Research at the Capitol presenters.

Students were able to present their research on March 4, 2020 in Topeka, KS.

URDC 2020

From left to right: Leonardo Garrido (Electrical Engineering), Jerica Garcia (Kinesology), Olivia Harrison (Animal Science and Industry), Abigail Kamke (Microbiology) and Cesar Aparicio (Chemistry).

Why do Undergraduate Research? 

Dr. Don Saucier, University Distinguished Teaching Scholar, and some of his undergraduate research collaborators, share the value and importance of undergraduate research in advancing your career.

Get Published as an Undergraduate

Check out K-State's new undergraduate research journal, Live Ideas, plus other opportunities to get published as an undergraduate!

K-State Undergraduate Research Conference

Thank you to our attendees and supporters of the first annual K-State Undergraduate research conference on April 14, 2019. You can browse archived presentation materials here: https://newprairiepress.org/ksuugradresearch/


 

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