Sewanee students present at National Conference of Undergraduate Research

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Eight students made nine presentations, detailing the results of their research with faculty from across the campus, at the National Conference of Undergraduate Research (NCUR). NCUR, held this year at the University of Kentucky from April 2-5, is the largest conference for undergraduate scholars in the country with more than 4,200 participants giving more than 600 oral presentations and performances as well as 1,000 poster presentations. A unique feature of this conference is its multi-disciplinary nature, with contributions ranging from dance to economics to neuroscience. The Sewanee students’ presentations captured that interdisciplinary spirit. See the full story on the Research at Sewanee page.

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