Undergraduate Research Week

 
Throughout Undergraduate Appreciation week, students showcase their projects at events across campus. The main event being the Undergraduate Research Symposium.

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  • Li, Yingxing; Crowder, Molly; Lieu, D'Feau; Enkhbaatar, Michidmaa; Blanke, Steven R. (2019-04-22)
    Many bacterial pathogens have been shown to directly damage host DNA during infection by producing genotoxins. To maintain genomic integrity, cells possess DNA damage response mechanism to sense damaged DNA and generate ...

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  • Cabanlit, Tredayne B (2018-04-22)
    The acoustics of adjacent phonemes influence each other due to the interaction of the articulators in a process known as coarticulation. The glottal stop is a phoneme that is reported to not use any supralaryngeal articulators ...

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  • Ejub, Sabit; Starr, Matthew L. (2018-04-19)
    Membrane fusion is a necessary process that allows eukaryotic cells to carry and deliver cargo between organelles. The mechanisms and machinery involved in membrane fusion are conserved throughout eukaryotes, so the yeast ...

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  • Flores, Paola (2019-02-18)
    The Ku Klux Klan first emerged on American soil in 1866. The Klan’s influence during this time even allowed for organizations to be established on college campuses, such as the University of Illinois. Although the name of ...

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  • Ye, Di; Schneider, Jodi (2018)
    We will estimate how retracted research spreads through citation. Our goal is to understand how retracted research gets cited and used using the citation network for one particular article, Matsuyama et al. 2005, about a ...

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