Welcome to the URSCO blog, where UNCG’s undergraduate scholars share their work and and its impact with the world. This blog aims to highlight the amazing undergraduate research and scholarly activity that takes place on our campus. 

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By Hope Voorhees / March 26, 2020

Reconstructing the Reed

Alex Stewart is a junior majoring in music performance with a concentration in woodwinds; his instrument is the oboe. Along...

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By Hope Voorhees / December 12, 2019

Risk-Taking Adolescents

Maura Bourne graduated in May 2019 with a BA in psychology and a minor in sociology. During her time as...

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By Hope Voorhees / November 30, 2019

The Buzz on Bee Size

Kali Cox graduated in May 2019 with a degree in biology. She and her collaborator Jake Herman completed the project...

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By Hope Voorhees / October 31, 2019

Digging In

Since 2009, Dr. Joanne Murphy (left) has guided UNCG students like Michael Bell (right) through six-week professional internships at an...

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By Hope Voorhees / September 20, 2019

Collision Courses

Repost from UNCG Research Magazine Aidan Lytle has been interested in physics – “the purest science,” he says – since...

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By Hope Voorhees / July 15, 2019

Plucky Pedagogy

Repost from UNCG Research Magazine Dixie Ortiz was a fifth-grader when she first heard the violin. A teacher at her...

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By Sangeetha Shivaji / November 29, 2018

Daydreaming Styles and Brain Functional Connectivity

Recent graduate Dahlia Alharoon – who earned a degree in psychology with a minor in Spanish – used fMRI to...

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By Sangeetha Shivaji / November 29, 2018

Photoactive Drugs As Anticancer Agents

Repost from UNCG Now. UNC Greensboro undergraduate Evan Bradner’s interest in medicine began at a young age, during an exceptionally...

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By Hope Voorhees / November 27, 2018

Battling healthcare: The immigrants’ healthcare double bind

Minerva Magazine offers a sample of projects by sophomore, emerging researchers in the Residential Colleges. Articles are written by students...

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By Hope Voorhees / November 27, 2018

Civil War monuments: Should they stay or should they go?

Minerva Magazine offers a sample of projects by sophomore, emerging researchers in the Residential Colleges. Articles are written by students...

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