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The Finding a Lab Workshops help students of any discipline explore potential research interests, find research opportunities, learn how to contact a faculty advisor, and find ways to get paid to research.   Fall Quarter Workshops:   Wed Oct 11, 7-8 pm in Elder Hall, Seminar Room 030 Tues Oct 17, 7-8 pm ...
Office of Undergraduate Research Grants & Programs Global and Research Opportunities Center ...   The first step in any research or creative project is figuring out what interests you. You ... They know a lot about resources and opportunities that you may never have known existed. Faculty Don’t just ...
and Research Opportunities This database contains many labs on campus. It should explain what they do ... BE PROACTIVE! Are you interested in Biology? Botany? Physics? Neuroscience? Clinical research? Archaeology? Psychology? Nanotechnology? If the research that you want to pursue occurs in a lab, a research ...
creates and supports opportunities for undergraduates to get started in research, including providing ... UndergradResearch@northwestern.edu Peter is responsible for the office's advanced programs, supporting students as they transition to independent research. He is the primary contact for the Undergraduate Research Grant programs, ...
PROMOTE YOUR OPENINGS/PROGRAMS The  Global and Research Opportunities website is a robust searchable ... The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) offers funding and advising to student researchers ... research assistants, with a focus on RA-ships in the arts, humanities, and social sciences. We are separate ...
APPLY HERE   (Unless you are applying to be a Peer Research Mentor! In which case, check your ... the list of programs currently accepting applications.  Click “OUR: Office of Undergraduate Research ... before upload. *Abstracts for the Undergraduate Research and Arts Expo must be uploaded as.rft,.doc, ...
Jennifer Suh, 2013 Summer Undergraduate Research Grant winner and a 2014 graduate of Northwestern University, has had her research paper which she co-authored with Eszter Hargittai, Associate and Communication Studies Researcher at the Institute for Policy Research at Northwestern University, published ...
Pangaea: Exploring Children's Memories of Katrina Through Film

August of 2015 marked the ten-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina and the ensuing levee malfunction that left many people dead, injured, and homeless. In those ten years, a variety of narratives
have emerged, ranging from the political to the personal, the inspirational to the dispiriting. A narrative that is still underrepresented, however, is that of the children who experienced the storm; of the lives they lived before it, and the emotions they felt as their lives were fundamentally thrown into flux. Unlike adults, the children who survived the storm did not posses the same opportunities and expressional
capabilities at the time to record and convey what they were experiencing from their own point of view. As a result, the stories of such children, if told at all, have been recorded after the fact: through
documentaries, news stories, and academic studies created in the years following the storm. Our project aims to discover whether, by marrying together interview and research methods inspired by documentary theater with the development of a short narrative film, we can bring to life our subjects' memories, presenting the lived experiences and emotions of children before and directly after Katrina in a way that is true to how they experienced it.

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Surviving the Collapse: Design in the Ancient Maya City of Aventura

Half of the world lives in cities today. A critical question for scholars and political planners alike, is how can a city maintain itself for a long period of time? Archaeology is the one discipline that can study the often millennia long history of a city. My research site is the ancient Maya city of Aventura, which has a long 2,500 year history. Founded around 1000 BC and occupied at least until AD 1500 (Spanish Conquest) this Pre-Columbian city offers a unique opportunity to study how a city changes through time. Was Aventura continuously occupied for 2,500 years and if so, how did this city responded to change? I will study Aventura's history by employing traditional archaeological methods of settlement survey and ceramic dating, which I will analyze in a Geographical Information System (GIS) database.

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What Should I Research?   The answer here is easy – start with what you enjoy, what interests you, and what you would like to learn more about. Research offers the opportunity for you to explore something in depth in a way that is not easy through our quarter system craziness.    What Is Research Like in My ...

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