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Council on Undergraduate Research The mission of the Council on Undergraduate Research is to support and promote high-quality mentored

The Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) and its affiliated colleges, universities, and individuals share a focus on providing undergraduate research opportunities for faculty and students at all institutions serving undergraduate students. CUR believes that faculty members enhance their teaching and contribution to society by remaining active in research and by involving undergraduates in rese

The Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) and its affiliated colleges, universities, and individuals share a focus on providing undergraduate research opportunities for faculty and students at all institutions serving undergraduate students. CUR believes that faculty members enhance their teaching and contribution to society by remaining active in research and by involving undergraduates in rese

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The National Science Foundation is hosting a webinar on its new GRANTED initiative on January 18 at 1PM ET. Growing Rese...
01/12/2023

The National Science Foundation is hosting a webinar on its new GRANTED initiative on January 18 at 1PM ET.

Growing Research Access for Nationally Transformative Equity and Diversity (GRANTED) activities and support will focus on building capacity within the Nation’s research enterprise and reducing barriers to research competitiveness.

The purpose of this webinar is to:
- Provide an overview of the GRANTED initiative and share updates
- Meet the GRANTED staff
- Hear from the community, provide clarification, and answer questions

More information and RSVP link at https://beta.nsf.gov/events/growing-research-access-nationally-transformative/2023-01-18

Achieve grant funding success with CUR Dialogues! Here's what past attendees are saying:"The interactive nature of writi...
01/12/2023

Achieve grant funding success with CUR Dialogues!
Here's what past attendees are saying:

"The interactive nature of writing and feedback makes even a virtual event really helpful. My motivation is high right now, and prior to CUR Dialogues, I didn't even have my ideas clear because there is so much going on in the world."
- CUR Dialogues 2022 Attendee

"I attend CUR Dialogues 2021. I submitted an NSF grant on CUREs in July 2021, a proposal started at Dialogues. I stayed in touch with other attendees to have accountability and to stay motivated. I found out in April of 2022 that my grant is being funded! I just wanted to say thank you because I feel certain that I would not have been successful without CUR Dialogues."
- Amy Buddie, Kennesaw State University

Find the preliminary agenda, speaker list, and more at https://www.cur.org/what/events/conferences/cur_dialogues

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01/11/2023

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The Education Department is extending the application deadline for the Summer and Postbaccalaureate programs to February 1st. Don’t let this fantastic opportunity slip away! Please check out our Education Opportunities page TODAY at http://ow.ly/AMJh50Mn6az
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Applications are now being accepted for the Trimmer Travel Fund Award. This award supports arts and humanities undergrad...
01/11/2023

Applications are now being accepted for the Trimmer Travel Fund Award.
This award supports arts and humanities undergraduate scholars in presenting their research at professional meetings. The winner will receive an award of $1000.
The deadline to apply is February 1, 2023.
Details at https://www.cur.org/what/recognition/trimmer_travel_award/

CUR Members,Have you submitted your abstract for ConnectUR 2023 yet? Submissions in the following areas are being consid...
01/10/2023

CUR Members,
Have you submitted your abstract for ConnectUR 2023 yet?

Submissions in the following areas are being considered:
- Contributions to the Practice of Undergraduate Research
- Structures and Models for Building and Growing Undergraduate Research
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- Advocacy and Partnerships/Collaboration and Community
- Assessment, Accountability, and Sustainability.

Discover more about this leading URSCI Conference at https://www.cur.org/what/events/conferences/connectur/

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01/10/2023

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One of our host lab placement opportunities for the 2023-24 Summer and Postbacc positions is with Dr. Khalid Shah of Harvard Medical School. The deadline to apply is January 15th, so check out our Education Opportunities page TODAY at http://ow.ly/KPPZ50MlXEz

Cell-based therapies are emerging as a promising strategy for cancer. We have developed cell surface receptor-targeted adult stem cells, cancer cells and T cells expressing novel bi-functional immunomodulatory proteins. Using our recently established tumor models that mimic clinical settings, we have explored the fate and efficacy of different engineered cell-based therapies. Our findings demonstrate the strength of using innovative approaches and clinically relevant preclinical models that pave a path for clinical translation. Recent projects in Dr. Shah’s Center are focused on combined stem cell and T cell-based therapies for the treatment of solid tumors.

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Share Your Thoughts on CUR Membership. CUR Members, our community is important to us and this is your opportunity to sha...
01/09/2023

Share Your Thoughts on CUR Membership.

CUR Members, our community is important to us and this is your opportunity to share input on the value of CUR membership, the needs you see in the community, the state of undergraduate research, and ways to be more engaged as a member. Take 5-10 minutes to share your feedback.

Note: Your answers are completely anonymous; however, if you would like to be entered to win a $100 Amazon gift card, you can leave your personal information at the end.

Take the survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/78S5B35

CUR Dialogues has two tracks depending on how you learn best. Both offer daily plenary, live content, and breakouts with...
01/05/2023

CUR Dialogues has two tracks depending on how you learn best. Both offer daily plenary, live content, and breakouts with funders. Guided includes additional course resources and opportunities to build a draft proposal and receive feedback.
Discover more at https://www.cur.org/what/events/conferences/cur_dialogues/

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01/05/2023

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We at SENS Research Foundation are happy to announce the 2023-2024 Summer and Posstbacc host lab options. Today we are featuring Dr. Amutha Boominathan's lab at our Research Center in Mountain View. Apply at http://ow.ly/pMu950MhRTz !

Here is a preview of what potential scholars can look forward to working on, in Dr. Boominathan's words:

"Mitochondria are power plants of the cell and the only cellular organelle that possess their DNA in mammals. In humans, mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) codes for 13 essential proteins, all of which assemble into the oxidative phosphorylation relay. Mutations in mtDNA occur due to constant exposure to reactive oxygen species produced by the mitochondrial energy generation process and mistakes in mtDNA replication. These mutations accumulate over time due to inefficient repair mechanisms and compromise respiratory chain function. Inherited and acquired mutations in mtDNA result in impaired energy generation and cause several pathologies such as Leber’s hereditary optic neuropathy (LHON), Myoclonic Epilepsy with Ragged Red Fibers (MERRF), Kearns-Sayre syndrome, and Leigh syndrome. Age-associated mitochondrial dysfunction has been implicated in several neuromuscular diseases, including sarcopenia, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s.

The Boominathan lab at SENS Research Foundation is using gene therapy approaches to develop translational avenues in treating inherited and acquired mutations in the mitochondrial DNA. (...) The Summer Scholar/Postbaccalaureate Fellow selected will use a computational approach to design and test a library of constructs in model patient cell lines with specific mutations in mtDNA. The ability of re-engineered genes to rescue function will be evaluated through various techniques, such as protein gels, qPCR, and activity assays, with the potential of extending the studies to animal models."

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Have you sent in your submission yet? ConnectUR is a dual experience conference focusing on leadership for undergraduate...
01/04/2023

Have you sent in your submission yet?
ConnectUR is a dual experience conference focusing on leadership for undergraduate research; diversity, equity, and inclusion; advocacy and partnership; collaboration and community; and accountability and sustainability.
Submit your abstract at

Registration for  at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire is now open. Join us in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, April 13-15, ...
01/03/2023

Registration for at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire is now open. Join us in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, April 13-15, 2023, to experience Wisconsin's "Most Beautiful Campus" and celebrate research with thousands of lovers of research from across the country.
https://ncur.secure-platform.com/2023

01/02/2023

Looking for undergraduate research opportunities?
We have listings for paper/presentation opportunities and internship/research opportunities. CUR Member Institutions can add their institution's opportunities as well.
https://www.cur.org/engage/undergraduate/

Don't miss out on early-bird rates for ! This virtual conference is centered on connecting you to funding and grants. St...
12/30/2022

Don't miss out on early-bird rates for !
This virtual conference is centered on connecting you to funding and grants. Standard and Guided experiences are offered to meet your needs. Additional discounts for groups of three or more. https://www.cur.org/what/events/conferences/cur_dialogues/

CUR Members, there are only two more days to enjoy 50% off all print publications from the CUR bookstore! Pick out your ...
12/29/2022

CUR Members, there are only two more days to enjoy 50% off all print publications from the CUR bookstore! Pick out your selections at http://www.cur.org/bookstore

Come to the Undergraduate Poster Session at  in Philadelphia! The session, which will take place on January 7 at 3:30 PM...
12/29/2022

Come to the Undergraduate Poster Session at in Philadelphia! The session, which will take place on January 7 at 3:30 PM, provides an opportunity for undergraduates to share their research with peers and established scholars. Poster presentations offer a great opportunity for history students to learn how to present evidence and narrative in a concise visual format. Posters encourage one-on-one conversation between presenters and their audience and are an excellent opportunity to start building a professional network. Most importantly, they're an opportunity to have fun and participate in the largest annual gathering of historians in the United States. https://guidebook.com/g/#/guides/aha23/schedule/sessions/28153494

CUR Dialogues early-bird rates end in 3 days! Standard and Guided options are offered for this virtual grant writing con...
12/28/2022

CUR Dialogues early-bird rates end in 3 days!
Standard and Guided options are offered for this virtual grant writing conference centered on the various opportunities available to connect you to funding and grants. Check out the preliminary agenda to help you decide which experience would be best for you.
Additional discounts for groups of three or more. https://www.cur.org/what/events/conferences/cur_dialogues/

Apply today for the funded summer and postbaccalaureate internships available at SENS Research Foundation. Applications ...
12/27/2022

Apply today for the funded summer and postbaccalaureate internships available at SENS Research Foundation. Applications are due January 15, 2023.

The SRF Postbaccalaureate Fellowship Program offers recent graduates a gap year option where they can strengthen their research and communication skills in preparation for such opportunities as graduate programs, medical programs, and biotech positions. Like the SRF Summer Scholars Program, the goal of the Postbaccalaureate Fellowship Program includes assignments and training that hones writing and presentation skills. These training exercises are completed within the framework of a research project that the Fellow will be tasked with completing under the guidance of a scientific mentor.

Details at https://www.sens.org/education-opportunities/postbacc-fellowship/

Happy Holidays from the CUR National Office!
12/23/2022

Happy Holidays from the CUR National Office!

We are happy to work with SENS Research Foundation – a research foundation that strives to provide early scientists with...
12/21/2022

We are happy to work with SENS Research Foundation – a research foundation that strives to provide early scientists with research-intensive training opportunities while ending age-related diseases.

Their Summer Scholars Program offers undergraduate students the opportunity to conduct biomedical research to combat diseases of aging, such as cancer, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s Disease. Under the guidance of a scientific mentor, each Summer Scholar is responsible for their own research project in areas such as genetic engineering and stem cell research.

Discover more at https://www.sens.org/education-opportunities/summer-scholars/

CUR Dialogues is here to help you navigate the ins and outs of finding funding and writing grant requests for your under...
12/21/2022

CUR Dialogues is here to help you navigate the ins and outs of finding funding and writing grant requests for your undergraduate research program.
The early bird registration discount ends in 10 days.
Additional discounts for groups of three or more.
https://www.cur.org/what/events/conferences/cur_dialogues/

Apply now for the Trimmer Travel Fund Award. This award supports arts and humanities undergraduate scholars in presentin...
12/20/2022
Trimmer Travel Fund Award | Leadership Recognition | Council on Undergraduate Research

Apply now for the Trimmer Travel Fund Award.

This award supports arts and humanities undergraduate scholars in presenting their research at professional meetings. The winner will receive an award of $1000.00 and recognition through CUR's media outlets and/or notifications through appropriate higher education publications. This award is supported by the CUR Arts and Humanities Endowment and the Arts and Humanities Division.

Details at

Visit the Council on Undergraduate Research for information about membership, publications, conferences, projects, governance, advocacy and more.

Submit your abstracts for ConnectUR 2023 today! This year will focus on leadership in undergraduate research; diversity,...
12/19/2022

Submit your abstracts for ConnectUR 2023 today!
This year will focus on leadership in undergraduate research; diversity, equity, and inclusion; advocacy and partnership; accountability and sustainability.
Details at https://www.cur.org/what/events/conferences/connectur/

The latest Presidential Quarterly with CUR President, Dr. Ruth Palmer, was just released! In this video, we talk about t...
12/16/2022

The latest Presidential Quarterly with CUR President, Dr. Ruth Palmer, was just released!
In this video, we talk about the upcoming CUR elections, some of the big events we're anticipating, and what Dr. Palmer is looking forward to in 2023.
Watch the entire conversation at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kdEYdY1hag4

New Online Intensive: Set Up Your Submission for Post-Award Success and Manage It Moving ForwardMarch 15, 2023  | 11:00 ...
12/13/2022

New Online Intensive: Set Up Your Submission for Post-Award Success and Manage It Moving Forward
March 15, 2023 | 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM ET

This one-day online intensive will provide depth on proposal development and management strategies and tactics. During the intensive, you will be provided with mock scenarios and examples of ideas to help you plan your own project. You will leave the intensive with the beginning of a concept paper to share with your office of grants and/or sponsored research.

The intensive can serve as a stand-alone event or as an extension of the CUR Dialogues event experience. The presenters have more than 60 combined years of experience with grant proposal development, offering knowledge and experience that will support you in crafting and executing a grant successfully.

https://www.cur.org/what/events/institutes/managing_your_submission_after_award_success/

Apply now for the Trimmer Travel Fund Award. This award supports arts and humanities undergraduate scholars in presentin...
12/09/2022
Trimmer Travel Fund Award | Leadership Recognition | Council on Undergraduate Research

Apply now for the Trimmer Travel Fund Award.

This award supports arts and humanities undergraduate scholars in presenting their research at professional meetings. The winner will receive an award of $1000.00 and recognition through CUR's media outlets and/or notifications through appropriate higher education publications. This award is supported by the CUR Arts and Humanities Endowment and the Arts and Humanities Division.

Details at

Visit the Council on Undergraduate Research for information about membership, publications, conferences, projects, governance, advocacy and more.

CUR Members, take 50% off all CUR print publications with code THANKFUL23. Wherever you are on your undergraduate resear...
12/08/2022

CUR Members, take 50% off all CUR print publications with code THANKFUL23. Wherever you are on your undergraduate research journey, we have publications to help you achieve excellence. Check out our selection at http://www.cur.org/bookstore

Come to the Undergraduate Poster Session at  in Philadelphia! The session, which will take place on January 7 at 3:30 PM...
12/07/2022

Come to the Undergraduate Poster Session at in Philadelphia! The session, which will take place on January 7 at 3:30 PM, provides an opportunity for undergraduates to share their research with peers and established scholars. Poster presentations offer a great opportunity for history students to learn how to present evidence and narrative in a concise visual format. Posters encourage one-on-one conversation between presenters and their audience and are an excellent opportunity to start building a professional network. Most importantly, they're an opportunity to have fun and participate in the largest annual gathering of historians in the United States. https://guidebook.com/g/#/guides/aha23/schedule/sessions/28153494

Call for submissions! ConnectUR is a dual experience conference focusing on leadership for undergraduate research; diver...
12/07/2022

Call for submissions! ConnectUR is a dual experience conference focusing on leadership for undergraduate research; diversity, equity, and inclusion; advocacy and partnership; collaboration and community; and accountability and sustainability. Submit your abstract at https://www.cur.org/what/events/conferences/connectur/

CUR Dialogues has two tracks depending on how you learn best. Both offer daily plenary, live content, and breakouts with...
12/05/2022

CUR Dialogues has two tracks depending on how you learn best. Both offer daily plenary, live content, and breakouts with funders. Guided includes additional course resources and opportunities to build a draft proposal and receive feedback. Register at https://www.cur.org/what/events/conferences/cur_dialogues/

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11/30/2022

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11/28/2022

What are you thankful for?

11/28/2022

Undergraduate researchers and faculty, you only have five more days to send in your abstracts for  at the University of ...
11/25/2022
University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire - Abstract Submission Details

Undergraduate researchers and faculty, you only have five more days to send in your abstracts for at the University of Wisconsin - EauClaire! Information on accepted disciplines, presentation format options, a pre-conference competition, and more is available at

Abstracts are typically 250-300 words and should not exceed 300 words. The submission form provides an opportunity to provide a link to additional online documentation, formulas, images, music files, etc.

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Founded in 1978, the nonprofit Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) and its affiliated colleges, universities, and individuals share a focus on providing undergraduate research opportunities for faculty and students at all institutions serving undergraduate students. CUR believes that faculty members enhance their teaching and contribution to society by remaining active in research and by involving undergraduates in research, and students succeed in their studies and professional advancement through participation in undergraduate research. Read the CUR Code of Ethics. About the photo: Students from Smith College take core samples at a lake in a course-based research experience on the local watershed. Photo courtesy Robert Newton.

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Elizabeth Krause has completed the North Dakota State University NDSU College of Agriculture, Food Systems and Natural Resources Russell and Anna Duncan Undergraduate Research Scholars “Duncan Scholars” program. She worked with associate professor and potato breeding project leader, Dr. Asunta “Susie” Thompson, to quantify the reduction of Potato Virus Y (PVY) through the use of crop oils and timely vinekill and presented her research during the National Council on Undergraduate Research April 4-8, 2022.
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“If we look at how much heart people in communities are putting into [farmers markets], it’s time for more academic and legislative focus on these spaces. Our research shows that if people have access to these spaces, they’re more likely to vote and engage in government.” — Melody Kosbab ’24

On April 26, Kosbab and Hannah Olson ’23, MPH’24 presented their political science research at national conference Posters on the Hill, where undergraduate researchers have the chance to share their work directly with their state representatives. Read more about their research and presentation: stkat.es/3Pf29pd

Congratulations to Hannah and Melody!


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Stephen Mainzer, assistant professor of landscape architecture, has been elected as a division councilor of the Council on Undergraduate Research's Arts & Humanities Division. He begins his 3-year term on July 1. Learn more: http://ow.ly/VeQi50INSw1
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Today is the last day of the Council on Undergraduate Research's National Undergraduate Research Week!

We want to celebrate all the students who are making a difference in the state and the world with their research and discoveries.

This week also marks the end of OSU's undergraduate research symposiums, including the inaugural campus-wide symposium. Thanks to all our students who participated! Learn more about the events here: okla.st/ugevent

Interested in undergraduate research opportunities at Oklahoma State University? Visit okla.st/undergradresearch.
🎉 🎉 Today UW-La Crosse faculty and staff celebrated UW-La Crosse receiving the 2021 Campus-Wide Award for Undergraduate Research Accomplishments (AURA) from the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR).
🏆 This national award is thanks to the many innovative programs and mentors across the UWL campus who engage diverse students in research and creative activities.
👏 A special thanks to UWL Undergraduate Research and Creativity Coordinator Scott Cooper who has led these initiatives!

During today's virtual celebration we watched a video about UWL's innovative programs.
👀 Take a look! https://youtu.be/j9_p36Vp8Ho
This week (April 18-22) is Undergraduate Research Week and we are celebrating by highlighting some of the great work being carried out by our undergraduate researchers and their faculty mentors!

Pam Morgan, Ph.D., Professor of Environmental Studies in the School of Marine and Environmental Programs, Garrett Hooper (Environmental Science '22), Patrick Richardson (Environmental Science '23), and Michael Fish, (Environmental Science '23) are researching along two of UNE's shoreline areas that are vulnerable to coastal erosion. They are gathering data about marsh erosion and ecology that will assist in the development of a living shoreline project to protect these vulnerable areas.

For more information about undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative activity in the College of Arts and Sciences, visit https://www.une.edu/cas/undergraduate-research

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As part of National Undergraduate Research Week (Council on Undergraduate Research) we're sharing a spotlight on one our students, Daniel Zuñiga, who was recently named a April 2022 FSU Student Star! Daniel has participated in a lot of our programming, including our iGEM team and Global Scholars last year. In addition, Daniel traveled with us to UCF earlier this year to the 2022 Florida Undergraduate Research Conference. Here are some answers from Daniel's article:

"As a first-generation student, how did you feel supported by the resources and opportunities available at FSU?

I had only been living in the United States for two years when I was admitted to Florida State University, but after learning about its efforts to support underrepresented students entering higher education, I knew it was the right school for me. Since I am interested in attending medical school after graduation, I joined the FSU College of Medicine program USSTRIDE, where I gained valuable clinical experience. This program has amazing instructors and mentors who have inspired me to pursue my academic and professional goals every day. I like to believe there is no other university better prepared to support first-generation college students than FSU. I am also a medical assistant and have volunteered at FSU Primary Health, which is the College of Medicine’s new primary-care health center that serves the Tallahassee community.

How has FSU nurtured your passion for space medicine research?
As a research assistant at the Delp Lab run by Michael Delp, dean of the College of Health and Human Sciences, I work on ongoing projects related to space medicine under the supervision of research faculty member Sunny Narayanan. With the help of Narayanan and the resources available at FSU, I have been able to explore the effects of space radiation and microgravity on the cardiovascular system in hopes of making spaceflight safer in the future."

Read the rest of Daniel's article here: https://buff.ly/37Y7QXO

Alumnus Dhawal Doshi (B.A. '09) pursued his interests in global studies during his time as an international student at The University of Texas at Austin From studying abroad at Tsinghua University to joining the School of Undergraduate Studies, University of Texas at Austin Bridging Disciplines Programs - UT Austin, to presenting his research findings at conferences worldwide by Council on Undergraduate Research and Peking University Dhawal is a global citizen with an incredible story. Read about his journey in our newsroom: https://utx.global/3xshTid. College of Liberal Arts - University of Texas at Austin Asian Studies, UT Austin
Congratulations to Maura Laesser and Emily Nickolai for their winning NCUR Presentation in Education and to William O’Brien for his winning NCUR Presentation in Humanities. The Council on Undergraduate Research will be holding its Closing Plenary on April 11 to celebrate all the winners of the 2022 National Conference on Undergraduate Research.
Sharing our pride for BSN students and members of the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program Jillian Estrope (center) and Rita Shakory (right), who presented their work at the Council on Undergraduate Research's National Conference on Undergraduate Research yesterday along with their faculty mentor, Assistant Professor Seung Hee Choi, PhD, RN (left).

Their project, "Preferences of Smoking Cessation Interventions for Wayne State University Students: Online Discrete Choice Experiment," used qualitative and quantitative analyses to better understand college students’ preferences and decision-making in smoking cessation interventions. They will also present their project at the College of Nursing's Urban Health Research Conference next week!
We're starting a new social series this week highlighting our honors students who were selected to present their research at the National Council on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) on April 4-8, 2022. These students also received a scholarship from the Honors College to cover conference fees. For the next two weeks, you will meet different students and learn more about their research.
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This week, we introduce Charlene Mansour, Abhi Kamath, Destyni Cravens, and Brian Nguyen.
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