The provost’s office is pleased to announce recipients of the Spring 2020 Provost’s Initiative for Undergraduate Research awards. These faculty members have been selected to collaborate with and mentor an undergraduate on a co-designed research experience during the 2020 spring semester:
- Martin Cenek, computer science: “Data science for modeling athletic performance: from theory to practice” with Braeden Lane
- Nelson Coates, physics: “Exploring Charge Transport in Solution-Processed Composites to Create New Energy Storage Materials” with Brynn Harrington and Jake Uyechi
- Erin Currie, psychological sciences: “Celebrating Women of Color in Psychology” with Elisha Faagai
- Deirdre Katz, education: “A mixed method exploration of the implementation of a school-wide social and emotional learning approach at an alternative high school” with Camille Tudury
- Katie O’Reilly, biology: “Foraging behavior of jays” with Connor Vinyard
- Ian Parkman, marketing: “How do Gender Non-Conforming (GNC) Users Perceive and Adapt Heteronormative Product Design Language?” with Remi Ziems
- Cara Poor, civil engineering: “Evaluation of a design retrofit for reducing phosphorus export from green roofs” with Taylor Marumoto and Nick Kanno.
A reminder to faculty: applications for Summer 2020 Provost’s Initiative for Undergraduate Research awards are available now in the Undergraduate Research section here. Applications for Summer 2020 are due February 15, 2020.