In partnership with UC Libraries, the Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarly Endeavors & Creative Practice (URSC) presents a new undergraduate student lecture series on Tuesday, March 12, 4-6 p.m., Langsam Library 4th floor (near Triceracopter). Scheduled once per semester, Undergraduate Discovery: Cross-Disciplinary Discussion with UC Undergraduates will feature recipients of the URSC Student of the Month Awards for spring 2013 semester.
This first series will feature four outstanding undergraduate student presenters:
- Carrie Ertel a senior political science major will present her work regarding International Cooperation in the Area of Nuclear Non-Proliferation
- Amanda Bell is a senior majoring in both mathematics-statistics through McMicken College of Arts & Sciences and performance-clarinet through CCM. Amanda will present her work regarding Re-creating 18th Century Music using Statistical Inference
- Matthew Burke a junior biochemistry major will present his work on Combating Cancer Through the Development of Anti-Tumor Agents
- Angelica Hardee a senior health education, public and community health major will present her work on a the development of a Cultural Competency Toolkit for Employees of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.
The event is free and open to the UC community and public. Faculty and students alike are encouraged to attend for an afternoon of refreshments and enlightening cross-disciplinary discussion. More information is available online.