When Mary Ann Tellas was a freshman at Indiana University Bloomington, she had the good fortune to encounter the late Jim Holland, a professor of biology at IU Bloomington known for his tireless recruiting and mentoring of students, particularly students underrepresented on campus. “His biology course was packed with students, and I could see why. […]
undergraduate student research
The first issue of the Indiana University Journal of Undergraduate Research, an interdisciplinary publication, is now available. Supported by the Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education, the IU Journal of Undergraduate Research accepts submissions of full-length articles, literature reviews, research snapshots and abstracts from undergraduates at any IU campus. A student editorial board […]
Undergraduate Miranda Barnett, who is studying astronomy and physics, worked with Professor of Astronomy Liese van Zee to learn how galaxies work.
Six IU Bloomington students are receiving the Provost’s Award for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity recognizing excellent academic work.
College of Arts & Sciences students Sarah Whaley and Ellie Brower team up with Professor Fritz Breithaupt to pursue research on how storytelling works.
The IU Journal of Undergraduate Research is a student-run research publication for IU Bloomington. Submissions for Vol. I accepted starting Oct. 13, 2014.