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. 

From undergraduate researcher to PhD student
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By Hope Voorhees / June 8, 2021

From undergraduate researcher to PhD student

Repost from UNCG News UNC Greensboro stands out for its commitment to undergraduate research. Students build close relationships with faculty...

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Memory and Emotions
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By Hope Voorhees / June 1, 2021

Memory and Emotions

We interviewed Laci Gray, a graduating senior who majored in psychology with minors in Spanish and creative writing. Along with...

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Growing plants in space
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By Hope Voorhees / January 28, 2021

Growing plants in space

Melika Osareh is a junior majoring in biology and minoring in chemistry. Along with her research mentor Dr. John Z....

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Designing costumes for Pippin
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By Hope Voorhees / November 12, 2020

Designing costumes for Pippin

Jacquelyn Whiteside is a senior majoring in drama, minoring in musical and technical theatre. Along with her research mentor Deborah...

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HOW UNCG HANDLED THE 1918 FLU PANDEMIC
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By Hope Voorhees / April 25, 2020

HOW UNCG HANDLED THE 1918 FLU PANDEMIC

Repost from UNCG News COVID-19 is not the first pandemic our campus has faced. In early 1918, influenza made its...

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Reconstructing the Reed
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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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Risk-Taking Adolescents
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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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The Buzz on Bee Size
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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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Digging In
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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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Collision Courses
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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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