For several years, Lane has been involved with the University of Oregon’s Undergraduate Research Symposium. Honors instructor and Faculty Coordinator for Undergraduate Research, Stacey Kiser, initiated the relationship, and since that time, we have had several Lane faculty and managers on the planning committee and subcommittees at UO.
This year, we had a number of students from the Honors Program, Phi Theta Kappa, and the college at large participate in the symposium. Sprout Mahoney (pictured below, closest to the poster) won the award for Best Poster: Community College Division.
A week after the UO event, Lane held its annual Lane Student Research Days. Posters displays lined the halls of Building 16 while additional events included student work on sustainability in the Learning Garden, an alumni panel discussing the impact undergraduate research had on the panelists’ future education and careers, and a creative works reading. Jordan Coen (pictured below) read original work at the UO symposium and at LSR Days.
Congratulations to all the Lane students who participated in these events!
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Lane sponsored its annual Lane Student Research Days a week following the UO event. Building 16 was lined with poster displays, and there were extra activities like a reading of creative works, an alumni panel examining the influence undergraduate research had on the panelists’ future studies and jobs, and student sustainability projects in the Learning Garden. At the UO symposium and at LSR Days, Jordan Coen (seen in the photo below) read original works.