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Research Ethics Workshop!

Event Day: September 19, 2014 from 1-2 p.m.

How to Get Started Workshop!

Event Day: September 29, 2014 from 1-2 p.m.

Curriculum Grants Program

Grant Deadline: October 1, 2014 by 5:00 p.m.

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How to get Started Workshop a Success!

OURI hosted two workshops last Friday on “How to get Started” in undergraduate research. Over 40 students in attendance learned how to identify research questions and worked on small interactive projects.

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Congratulations Michelle Trujillo!

Michelle Trujillo is a Multimedia Studies Major working on her Honors Thesis Project, a short-form video essay that engages gender representation from a critical feminist perspective. Michelle attended the Telluride Film Festival Student Symposium for five days with students from all over the country. Trujillo enjoyed the experience immensely; it was an important opportunity to network, be inspired and learn from peers and scholars .

How to get Started Workshop a Success !

OURI hosted two workshops last Friday on “How to get Started” in undergraduate research. Over 40 students in attendance learned how to identify research questions and worked on small interactive projects.

Thinking Creatively Workshop a Great Success!

Last Friday, Dr. Dani Raviv and OURI hosted a workshop designed to help students think creatively and engage in curiosity. The workshop was a great success and Dr. Raviv is greatly appreciated for the time spent in order to host the event for students.

OURI Displayed in FAU Advising Office!

OURI has showcased some great student research projects in FAU’s Freshman Advising. Students can now see the amazing research and creative activities their peers have conducted. Any student interested in viewing this display can do so at the FAU Advising Office or stop by the Office of Undergraduate Research and Inquiry in GS Suite 209!

Second Annual Summer Retreat

OURI hosted the second Annual Summer Retreat on August 12, 2014, both President John Kelly and Provost Gary Perry spoke at and attended the event. The retreat was a great success with over 80 guests consisting of students, faculty, and administrators. A thank you is extended to all that attended the event!

Undergraduate Researchers Speak With the President and Provost

Eight undergraduates who are active researchers had the opportunity to share their research experiences over lunch with President Kelly and Provost Perry on Friday, August 8th. The students included:

Arafat Bari, Science and FAURJ editorReserchers lunch with President Kelly

Will Landis, Arts and Letters 

Sergine Lezeau, Science

Syed Raza, Science

Tiffany Robins, Education and Davie Campus

Max Torrez, Engineering and Computer Science

Prami Sengupta, Design and Social Inquiry

Tara Wengert, Business

Congratulations to these awesome students for their involvement and success in research as undergraduates!

Student Wins Award in Ecuador

Adriana Solano, an undergraduate student in the College of Engineering and Computer Science, received a first place Leadership Award for her paper, "Students Developing as Leaders and Global Professional Engineers." Dr. Marie M. Larrondo Petrie, FAU Associate Dean of International Affairs and Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, recently presented the award to Adriana at the Latin American and Caribbean Consortium of Engineering Institutions conference in Ecuador. Click here to read more.

 

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