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Welcome & Opening Remarks

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Event Website

https://www.andrews.edu/services/research/research_events/conferences/urs_honors_poster_symposium/index.html

Start Date

3-26-2021 1:30 PM

End Date

3-26-2021 1:40 PM

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The Office of Research and Creative Scholarship serves a vital role across Andrews University in supporting and funding quality undergraduate research. The Undergraduate Research Scholar Award was established in 2002 to facilitate more opportunities for students to engage in research and creative scholarship in greater depth than required by their individual programs of study. The URS Award enables students to work closely with faculty mentors, participate in disciplinary conferences, and develop important professional skills. Many Honors Scholars have benefited from the URS funding and have noted that support on their poster boards.

Since its founding in the 1960s, the J. N. Andrews Honors Program at Andrews University has fostered enthusiastically the transformative experiences of undergraduate research. By means of the Honors Thesis, the Honors Program requires its students to engage in substantive primary investigations in which students take an active role in posing research questions, designing and refining methodologies, collecting data and results, and critically analyzing the significance of their conclusions.

A team of highly engaged faculty research mentors makes possible a rigorous program of undergraduate research. We thank each mentor for the commitment of time and energy invested in Andrews University’s young scholars.

Thank you for being part of the Andrews University Undergraduate Research and Honors Symposium 2021.

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Mar 26th, 1:30 PM Mar 26th, 1:40 PM

Welcome & Opening Remarks

The Office of Research and Creative Scholarship serves a vital role across Andrews University in supporting and funding quality undergraduate research. The Undergraduate Research Scholar Award was established in 2002 to facilitate more opportunities for students to engage in research and creative scholarship in greater depth than required by their individual programs of study. The URS Award enables students to work closely with faculty mentors, participate in disciplinary conferences, and develop important professional skills. Many Honors Scholars have benefited from the URS funding and have noted that support on their poster boards.

Since its founding in the 1960s, the J. N. Andrews Honors Program at Andrews University has fostered enthusiastically the transformative experiences of undergraduate research. By means of the Honors Thesis, the Honors Program requires its students to engage in substantive primary investigations in which students take an active role in posing research questions, designing and refining methodologies, collecting data and results, and critically analyzing the significance of their conclusions.

A team of highly engaged faculty research mentors makes possible a rigorous program of undergraduate research. We thank each mentor for the commitment of time and energy invested in Andrews University’s young scholars.

Thank you for being part of the Andrews University Undergraduate Research and Honors Symposium 2021.

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