Center for Undergrad Research Plans Programs

The Arkansas Tech University Center for Undergraduate Research has announced a series of lectures open to the campus community during the fall 2019 semester.

The series began on Wednesday, Sept. 25, with a presentation entitled “Google Can’t Do This: Using Library Databases To Simplify the Research Process” by Angela Black, assistant librarian.

Future lectures are planned for Oct. 3, when Dr. Justin Moss will speak on the topic of applying for graduate school, and Oct. 22, when Dr. Sarah Gordon will lead a discussion about research ethics in terms of human subjects. Both presentations will begin at 3 p.m. The location will be announced and added to this article when it is determined.

According to the ATU Center for Undergraduate Research mission statement, the center “serves the student population by providing information about research opportunities, funding of student research and developing research skills for the future.”

Dr. Nate Chapman, assistant professor of sociology, is director of undergraduate research at Arkansas Tech.

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