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Featured Resource: Graduate Research Consultants Information Session
November 16th 
Pine Room of the Kansas Union

Come learn about KU's Graduate Research Consultant program, designed to support instructors interested in incorporating larger research and creative projects into their undergraduate classes.  Interested faculty, instructors, and graduate students can come to this event to learn about the goals of the program, brainstorm ideas for classroom projects, and get feedback on ideas. Online applications for Spring 2016 awards are due December 1.  
Hall Center for the Humanities
Undergraduate Research Seminar   

The Undergraduate Research Seminar at the Hall Center offers a venue for undergraduates in the humanities, arts, and social sciences to share their research and creative projects.  Modeled after the Hall Center's faculty seminars, this seminar's primary goal is to offer a forum for undergraduate researchers to discuss each other's works in progress and to introduce them to the value of exchange and collaboration in the production of knowledge. The Undergraduate Research Seminar is typically on Friday afternoons from 3:30-5:00 in the Hall Center seminar room; for the schedule of upcoming seminars, see the Hall Center's calendar

Interested students should apply online by 5pm Monday, November 9 and can contact the Center for Undergraduate Research at or Anne Dotter at with any questions.  The seminar is sponsored by the Hall Center for the Humanities, the University Honors Program, and the Center for Undergraduate Research. 
Featured Video: Bailey Wilkerson           
Bailey Wilkerson's undergraduate research was recently featured on the KU YouTube "Claim Your Curiosity" playlist. Bailey graduated in Spring 2015 after working for four years in the lab of  Dr. Liang Xu, Molecular Biosciences, alongside Dr. Amber Smith.   
November Spotlights  

Alumna: Gretchen Patch    
KU Major: Athletic Training, Class of 2004


Mentor: Paula Fite    

Department: Clinical Child Psychology

Student: Nicole Humphrey
Majors: Political Science, Public Administration


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

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