Undergraduate Research and Artistry Day 2013

Undergraduate Research and Artistry Day planned April 22

NIU’s Office of Student Engagement and Experiential Learning will host the fifth annual Undergraduate Research and Artistry Day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, April 22, in the Duke Ellington Ballroom of the Holmes Student Center. Approximately 350 current undergraduate students

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Freshman biology major Lydia Moore works with Sherine Elsawa in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.

Undergraduate research students hard at work as big event nears

As Undergraduate Research & Artistry Day (URAD) gets closer and closer, NIU students are working hard to complete their research and artistry projects. Some of these students who will be presenting their work are part of the Huskie Research Rookies program. Huskie

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2013 Undergraduate Research & Artistry Day Save the Date poster

Annual undergraduate research, artistry event scheduled April 23, registration opens Jan. 14

The Office of Student Engagement and Experiential Learning has announced the fourthannual Undergraduate Research and Artistry Day. Next semester’s event will take place Tuesday, April 23, as part of NIU’s two-week long celebration of excellence on campus. Any undergraduate student currently enrolled

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Two-week celebration of excellence planned

University officials are working to organize a two-week “celebration of excellence” to highlight accomplishments of NIU students, faculty and staff during the academic year. “Each spring, we do a good job of honoring the accomplishments of the campus community, but those events

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Clockwise from top left: Elaine Rodriguez, Noemi Rodriguez, Emily Prieto and Guadalupe Lopez.

Three Huskie Research Rookies take first steps to transcend ‘rookie’ ranks at Seattle conference

Three Huskie Research Rookies are taking their research to the next level. Elaine Rodriguez, Noemi Rodriguez and Guadalupe Lopez submitted abstracts based on work they completed in the Research Rookies program to the SACNAS National Conference: “Science, Technology, and Diversity for a

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