UNC University Research Week
What is University Research Week?: University Research Week is a semi-annual, campus-wide event designed to improve awareness of what it means to be a research university. It aims to align the University’s missions of producing world-class research, providing a world-class undergraduate education, and promoting opportunities for students to discover and engage in research.
In support of this weeklong effort, departments are encouraged to coordinate department-specific activities through research interest group meetings, networking workshops, symposia highlighting faculty and student research and scholarship, and tours of laboratories and other research facilities.
What do the Ambassadors do?: UNC Biology Ambassadors created a series of student-featured videos that illustrate how research functions at UNC. Each video will show what type of research is being done in the biology department, and a little bit about the undergraduate student conducting the research.
Check out our Research Week Series!
Hi everyone! We hope you are taking care of yourselves during this water shortage. We are here to share something…
Welcome back everyone! We present to you part 2 of our Undergraduate Research Week series!