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Featured Resource: KU's Writing Center


Are you working on an abstract for the Undergraduate Research Symposium or a proposal for an Undergraduate Research Award?  Make an appointment with KU's Writing Center to get feedback on your writing; their trained writing consultants can help you with any stage of the process!    

March Spotlights  

Alumnus: Andrew Wendorff
KU Major: Aerospace Engineering, Class of 2011


Mentor: Clarence Lang

Department: African & African-American Studies, American Studies

Student: Emily Smith
Majors: Physics, Interdisciplinary Computing


Apply to give an ACE Research Talk!  

Undergraduate students of all majors are encouraged to apply to give an ACE Research Talk at KU's Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 25, 2015.  The ACE Talks, which stands for Accessible, Creative, and Engaging, encourage students to learn the skills needed to present their scholarship to a broad audience.  Applications for the award include an abstract and a 3-minute video of the applicant describing his/her research or creative project.  Example videos are available on our website.  Winners will each receive $500 and be featured during a special session at the Symposium.    

  • Deadline: April 3, 2015
  • Award: $500 

Undergraduate Research in the Arts & Humanities Lunch 
All KU faculty and staff are invited to a lunch discussion about undergraduate research in the Arts & Humanities on March 27.  Two faculty working groups (one in the arts and one in the humanities) have been meeting this academic year to discuss some of the challenges and opportunities of undergraduate scholarship in these fields.  Join us for this lunch discussion to hear some of their ideas and recommendations.  



  • Date: Friday, March 27, from noon-1:30
  • Location:Hall Center for the Humanities

KU is an institutional member of the Council for Undergraduate Research.

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