Penn State offers many opportunities for undergraduate students to participate in research and creative endeavors. Working with faculty mentors, undergraduates engage in active learning in the laboratory, library, studio, and field. Through these experiences, students share in the excitement of discovery, develop important skills, and explore career choices. They get to know faculty members and connect with a disciplinary community. Many publish, perform, exhibit, or present their work, sharing it with audiences beyond Penn State.
Here's what Penn State undergraduate researchers have to say about their experiences.
Students submitted ROAR (Recording of Academic Research) videos that communicate the main message of their research as part of the 2015 Undergraduate Exhibition. Here are the winners.
C elegans, by Rhea Sullivan
Recall Elections Across the States, by Anna Brunner