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Each day, undergraduate students at Boise State University head to campus laboratories, computer rooms or into the field to conduct cutting-edge research with professors in a wide range of subject areas. In the process, they're gaining invaluable experience and helping to reshape the university and its future. In this issue, we explore some of the reasons why undergraduate research is integral to the university and its mission, highlight a few of the many research collaborations, and feature an essay from a professor on what he gains from working with undergraduates. Cover by Bob McDiarmid.

Record Group Number

UP 4.12

Publication Date

Spring 2003


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