Undergraduate Research Journal

Spring 2016

Our Mission

Inquiry offers undergraduate researchers in all the disciplines at the University the opportunity to communicate their experiences and results to general as well as academic audiences worldwide—the final and very important step in the research process. 

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    Saving Our Songbirds

    A summer in the field observing prairie warblers and field sparrows gave Jenny and Erica valuable insight into the importance of conserving these birds’ natural habitats.

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    Walking in their Footsteps

    Steven Cowley explores the ability of Geographic Information Science to reconstruct the actual flight of two regicides in seventeenth-century New England. 

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  • faller

    Thinking Outside the Box

    A desire to provide real world solutions to real life problems led alumna Lina Faller to a research-based career in bioinformatics.

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  • dorsey and tarr

    On Being a Mentor

    Marion Girard-Dorsey and Matt Tarr share their experiences as mentors of undergraduate researchers.

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