The University of Oregon celebrates the tenth year of its Undergraduate Research Symposium on May 21, 2020. Once again, we are preparing Lane students to participate! UO has created a special abstract submission process for Lane Community College students and visiting McNair Scholars. The symposium organizers are also working on a video of Lane students presenting last year. Honors faculty will work with students this term and next so that they can share their research at the symposium.
The following students took the honors section of WR 227 Technical Writing in fall of 2019. As part of their honors work for the term, they reflected on the research projects they conducted in the class and uploaded the reflections to their ePortfolios.
Annie Taylor is a student athlete who runs cross country and track. She chooses to challenge herself academically through honors coursework. Read her reflection.
|Daezhane (Dae) Day joined the Lane Honors Program in fall of 2020 as part of her goal to get as much as she can from her educational experience. Read her reflection.|
Jessry Smith joined the Lane Honors Program in 2018 and has completed several honors courses. You can read one of Jessry’s earlier reflection from the spring of 2019 (shared in an earlier post on this blog) and her reflection from WR 227.
In Spring 2019, several students took the honors versions of WR 122 and WR 227. As part of their work, they were required to write final reflective essays on the research they conducted during the term. Use the following links to read their reflections. Many of the links go to their ePortfolios where you can also see samples of their research!
This year’s Undergraduate Research Fair took place May 29-31, 2019. The event included poster sessions, an ePortfolio showcase, presentations, and a poetry reading, and honors students participated in everything!
Stacey Kiser and other members of the Science Division faculty created the fair, which began as SUGR Day (Science Undergraduate Research Day). As the event grew, it developed into the current three-day fair with student research findings being shared in multiple locations. The posters line several hallways in the Science Building.
The large space outside the library offered the perfect venue for passersby to see the culmination of student research projects.
It also served as the venue for the poetry reading.
The Academic Technology Center (ATC) continues to be a strong supporter of student research. Students displayed their ePortfolios in the ATC classroom across from the library, explaining their various projects and how their process and findings were incorporated into their portfolios.