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Undergrad research and creativity

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    Upcoming dates: 

    Monday June 1st.  Deadline for submission to the Journal of Undergraduate Research



    • Develops writing skills through grant writing and project reports
    • Teaches collaboration in the work place
    • Engages students in cross-cultural communication
    • Provides early exposure to research areas, helping students in career decision-making

    "This is preparing me for what is to come,"
    Michael Fuerte, '17, Biology says. 

    "I know a lot of students tend
    to rely on lab experience.
    This is hands-on training."



    Michael has been monitoring frogs in the 
    La Crosse River marsh for two years.


    The University of Wisconsin-La Crosse is dedicated to supporting research and other scholarly and creative activities by students in all academic disciplines. 



    Here are some examples of real projects our students have worked on:
    • Study how mindfulness and self-control affect learning (2015)
    • Travel to Russia to work in a nuclear physics laboratory (2014) 
    • Explore effects of mercury contamination on fish and wildlife (2012)
    • Research impact on poverty and homelessness (2013)
    • Research human heart conditions and bleeding disorders (2015)
    • Perform research projects for the United Way and other local non-profits (2015)
    • Collaborate with UW-Madison on grocery shopping mobile app (2013)


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