Undergraduate Research Journal

Spring 2018

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. 

  • Berenson on boat

    Mucking about in Great Bay

    Oyster contamination in Great Bay Estuary is a concern for consumers and scientists alike. Audrey Berenson takes a closer look.

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  • ware

    AI in the UK

    Farming and artificial intelligence (AI) might be an unlikely pairing, but Andrew Ware spent a summer at the University of Cambridge studying how they could work together.

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  • d'olympio and agyei

    Confronting the Stigma of Disease

    In Ghana, Carolyn D'Olympio researched how occupational therapy could make daily life easier and more fulfilling for people with sickle cell disease.

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  • birnstihl

    A Brush with Hydroponics

    Dan Birnstihl applied his passion for hydroponics to evaluate plant brushing as a technique to control growth in edible crops.

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Berenson on boat
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