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CUR to Honor Champion of Undergraduate Research at Capitol Hill Event

CUR to Honor Champion of Undergraduate Research at Capitol Hill Event The Honorable Eddie Bernice Johnson to Receive Honorary CUR Fellow Award
22-Apr-2015 8:00 PM EDT

Research to Stabilize Arsenic in Frack Water Lands Duquesne Undergraduate Elite EPA Fellowship

A junior environmental science major at Duquesne University who is exploring the remediation of arsenic in produced water from shale gas wells has become Duquesne’s first undergraduate to receive a prestigious $50,000 fellowship from the U.S....
1-Apr-2015 4:05 PM EDT

Duquesne’s Largest Undergraduate Research Symposium Set for April 9

Duquesne University will present its largest gathering of undergraduate scholars at its seventh Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Symposium. More than 150 poster and speaking presentations, involving more than 220 students will be given on...
1-Apr-2015 3:05 PM EDT

The Council on Undergraduate Research and the Barry Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation Acknowledge the Undergraduate Research Mentorship of Bruce Jackson, MassBay Community College

CUR-Goldwater Scholars Faculty Mentor Award 2015 Acknowledges the Undergraduate Research Mentorship of Bruce Jackson, MassBay Community College
27-Mar-2015 3:05 PM EDT

Duquesne Undergrad Recognized with Prestigious Science Award

A Duquesne University student researching pain and depression has been selected from applicants across the state as western Pennsylvania’s first Clarkston Scholar.University student researching pain and depression has been selected from applicants...
17-Mar-2015 3:05 PM EDT

Council on Undergraduate Research Grant PIs Edit Special Issue of Wiley’s New Directions for Higher Education Journal

Grant Principal Investigators Mitch Malachowski, Elizabeth Ambos, Jeff Osborn, and Kerry Karukstis compose a special theme issue in a periodical of the Wiley brand called New Directions for Higher Education sharing results of National Science...
12-Mar-2015 11:05 AM EDT

Amphibians, Already Threatened, Face Increased Susceptibility to Disease From Stress

Research conducted by Duquesne University biology student Shelby Boord, with faculty advisor Dr. Sarah Woodley, associate professor of biological sciences, supports the hypothesis that environmental stressors increase salamanders’ susceptibility...
9-Mar-2015 2:05 PM EDT

Two Duquesne Students Share Their Research in Harrisburg

Two Duquesne University students were among the undergraduates statewide presenting their research in the state Capitol on Tuesday, March 3.
9-Mar-2015 1:05 PM EDT

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