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Student Research

Many department faculty invite undergraduates to collaborate with them on the faculty member’s research. Our course, Research Internship, provides one way of becoming involved with in-progress faculty research. Paid positions are often available through work-study and grant funding. Student research supports students to show their work at local conferences.

 

Examples:

Liam Quinn, Research Assistant, 2017-2018

Research Assistant for Professor Basl.

 

Ha Eun Kim, Research Assistant, Fall 2017

Research Assistant for Professor Illingworth.

 

Rebecca Reeves, Research Assistant, Fall 2017
Research Assistant for Professor Bucar.

 

Meghan Murphy, Research Assistant, Fall 2017

Research Assistant for Professor Bucar.

 

Jacob Wilkinson, Research Assistant, Fall 2017

Research Assistant for Professor Bucar.

 

Kathryn Erwin, Research Assistant, Fall 2017

Research Assistant for Professor Winborne.

 

Charles Haviland, Researcher, 2016-2017

Conduced research on machine learning.

 

Allison Morgan, Research Assistant, Fall 2016-2017

Proofread papers, found sources, organized and supervised students using virtual reality system for Professor Basl’s course.

 

Harumi Harakawa, Researcher, 2016-2017

Conduced her own research project on issues in Health Care ethics.

 

Katherine Friend, Researcher, 2016-2017

Conduced her own research project on issues in Health Care ethics.

 

Katie Owen, Faculty Advisor 2017

Scholars Independent Research Fellowship, “Humans of the John Muir Trail.”

 

Sara Scott, Faculty Advisor 2017

Scholars Independent Research Fellowship, “Spent: An Examination into the Economic Impact of Pilgrims & Tourists on the Camino de Santiago.”

 

Katherine Ridgeway, Research Assistant, Spring 2016

Collected resources, typed up course evaluations.

 

Veronica Ramirez, Research Assistant, Spring 2016

Collected resources.

 

Larissa Witte, Faculty Advisor 2015-2016

University Honors Early Research Assistantships.

 

Lindsey Bressler and Taylor Straatmann, Faculty Advisor, 2014

Scholars Independent Research Fellowship, “Religious Tolerance in Primary Schools.”