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National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) 2015

This year, the National Conference on Undergraduate Research will be held at Eastern Washington University from April 16-18, 2015. Last year's conference at the University of Kentucky was the largest in the event's history, with more than 4000 registrants. The conference program includes students presenting their research in a multitude of formats including: oral, poster, […]

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One On One – Dana Parke

The college experience can really be all about what you make it. For Dana Parke, four years at Oakland University was a chance to shine. The Nu Omega member was selected to deliver the Winter 2013 Student Commencement Address after an exceptional record. A triple major in International Relations, African Studies and French Language & […]

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Why IRB Matters: A Real-Life Example from a Political Science Experiment Gone Wrong

Why IRB Matters: A Real-Life Example from a Political Science Experiment Gone Wrong Melissa R. Michelson, Menlo College October 31, 2014 Details continue to emerge about a get-out-the-field experiment that came to light last Friday. The experiment, fielded by three political science professors, involved the sending of mailers to registered voters in California, Montana, and […]

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Getting In: A Primer for Writing a Successful Conference Proposal

Getting In: A Primer for Writing a Successful Conference Proposal By Leanne Power Students increasingly have opportunities to present their research at departmental, school, and national conferences. Most presentations and posters start as proposals, which conference organizers then review. Applications often outnumber available slots, so organizers must be selective in which papers they accept. The […]

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