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. 

Hitting His Stride
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By Sangeetha Shivaji / March 25, 2018

Hitting His Stride

Repost from UNCG Research Magazine. It started with a rolled ankle during a daily run. That’s when undergraduate Jason Moody...

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Participatory Budgeting
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By Sangeetha Shivaji / December 7, 2017

Participatory Budgeting

Jessica Clifford and Margaret Bozovich partnered on their project “Participatory Budgeting: Research and Evaluation Report 2016.”

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Fighting back against MRSA
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By Grace Hutko / November 20, 2017

Fighting back against MRSA

Manead Khin is a junior chemistry major conducting research under the direction of Dr. Nadja Cech, a professor in the...

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Kinship care in African American families
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By Grace Hutko / November 20, 2017

Kinship care in African American families

Christian Nsonwu is a senior, double majoring in political science and social work. He is currently examining kinship care among...

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The new URSCO blog
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By Damon Roberts / November 6, 2017

The new URSCO blog

Welcome to the URSCO blog, where UNCG’s undergraduate scholars share their work and impact with the world. By publishing a...

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Dead men tell no tales
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By Grace Hutko / May 15, 2017

Dead men tell no tales

Repost from UNCG Research and Engagement. “Burials show what the society values,” says undergraduate researcher Ena Prskalo, explaining her interest...

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Where nature and music meet
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By Grace Hutko / September 25, 2016

Where nature and music meet

Repost from UNCG Research and Engagement. Antonela Frasheri is a senior music performance major in the College of Visual and...

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Code like a girl
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By Grace Hutko / May 10, 2015

Code like a girl

Repost from UNCG Research and Engagement. Code like a girl. Sound strange? Not to Naomi Thomas, a UNCG sophomore double...

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Building a "Lego castle"
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By Grace Hutko / May 5, 2015

Building a "Lego castle"

Repost from UNCG Research and Engagement. Daniel Nasrallah graduated from UNCG in 2014 with a degree in chemistry. As an undergraduate...

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How caffeine combats Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s
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By Grace Hutko / November 15, 2014

How caffeine combats Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s

Repost from UNCG Research and Engagement. Your caffeine habits may help prevent neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s. UNCG...

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