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STUDENTS TO SCHOLARS SYMPOSIUM 2020
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  • Engineering Professor Tara Kulkarni (left) mentoring Apprentice Grant recipient Elizabeth Ells ’18. Today, Ells is a PhD candidate at UMass Dartmouth’s School for Marine Technology & Science, and in January 2019 received the Barnstable Association for Recreational Shellfishing, Inc. (BARS) Scholarship.

    Norwich University Apprentice Grants

  • NU Student Represents Vermont in “Posters on the Hill”

    NU Student Represents Vermont in “Posters on the Hill”

  • Carmine Ricciardi ’20 Dives Deep

    Carmine Ricciardi ’20 Dives Deep

  • Photo illustration: Undergraduate researcher holds hydroponically grown lettuce. (Mark Collier.)

    Undergraduate research: Portraits of discovery

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Undergraduate Research Program Director
Amy Woodbury Tease, PhD

1 (802) 485-2984
awtease@norwich.edu
Website: norwich.edu/undergraduate-research

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Providing support for students across disciplines to pursue research and creative work in collaboration with faculty mentors, promoting the 200-year-old vision of the university as a learning community dedicated to personal and intellectual transformation.


Summer Research Fellowships

Submission Deadline: February 18, 2019 (past)

Summer Research Fellowships are awarded on a competitive basis to support creative or scholarly projects. Students may apply for these faculty-mentored fellowships at either a six-week ($2,600) or ten-week ($4,400) commitment level.

HOW TO APPLY


Students to Scholars Symposium

Friday, November 13, 2020 (Virtual)

2020 SYMPOSIUM SCHEDULE PDF Version

The annual Students to Scholars Symposium at Norwich University showcases undergraduate research in all its range and diversity. From the role of government in a free society, to the use of prosthetics in biomedical engineering, to water quality and public health, to creative writing, to how blueberries can affect brain aging—the subjects promise possibility for growth and enlightenment to all who experience this sharing of knowledge.

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Virtual Celebration of Excellence in Research and Creative Activity Symposium: April 12-23, 2021

The Faculty Development and Undergraduate Research Programs at Norwich University are excited to host a two-week virtual event to showcase the research and creative activity completed in the 2020-21 academic year. Undergraduates and faculty will present their work in posters, roundtables, and oral presentations over the course of the event. There will also be live Opening and Closing Ceremonies, which will include recognition of research-related award recipients. Join us for this celebration!

HOW TO APPLY


Research Ambassador Program

Our Research Ambassadors are nominated by faculty and peers to promote the Undergraduate Research program by discussing their research at campus and community events, facilitating workshops, and assisting in the planning of Undergraduate Research Program events.


Undergraduate Research Workshop Series

The Undergraduate Research Program offers a series of workshops for undergraduates and faculty mentors on a variety of topics including:

  • Applying for Internal and External Funding
  • Abstracts
  • Research Ethics
  • Research Strategies
  • Poster Design
  • Mentorship

Research Office Support Staff

Office Manager and Post-Award Analyst | 1 (802) 485-2794

Cristy Boarman, B.S., A.A.S.

cboarman@norwich.edu


Director of Operations for High Impact Practices

Linn Caroleo, PhD

lcaroleo@norwich.edu


Administrative Coordinator-Research Centers | 1 (802) 485-3138

Nicole Greenwood, M.S., B.A.

ngreenwoo@norwich.edu


Director of Sponsored Programs | 1 (802) 485-2981

Mina Peshavaria, PhD

mpeshava@norwich.edu

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