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Featured Resource: New Digital Humanities Class


KU's Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities is offering a new course, ENGL 690 (Intro to Digital Humanities), this fall open to undergraduate students that will give students the chance to explore the emerging field of Digital Humanities.  There are still spots open, so email the instructor of the course, Dr. Elika Ortega, today to find out more!

Summer Research in
Full Swing at KU 

Between the NSF-sponsored Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) programs, individual students, and recipients of Undergraduate Research Awards (UGRAs), summer is an active time for undergraduate research on KU's campus.  Our Center continues to hold office hours over the summer to assist students with any questions, and will host a Summer Research Poster Session on July 31.  


KU Undergraduate Research Featured on AAU Website!    
The Association of American Universities recently launched a new website about undergraduate research, and KU faculty and undergraduates are front and center!  Professor Clarence Lang and students Paul Fowler and Emily Cook are featured in the opening video on the website, and Fowler's research is highlighted under the Humanities section.  Be sure to check it out, and use the hashtag #undergradstories to share more KU undergraduate research stories with the AAU!   
Summer Spotlights! 
Alumnus: Matthew Leming
KU Major: Genetics, Class of 2007


Mentor: Shannon Portillo

Department: Public Affairs & Administration

Student: Alex Kong
Majors: Pharmacy, minor in Creative Writing


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

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