Inspired by Model U.N. and Family Military Experience, Student Presents “The Linguistics of Terrorism” at Undergraduate Student Symposium

When Leigh-Ana Mumford began her research project, “The Linguistics of Terrorism,” as an assignment for a political science class, she had doubts about entering her work in the 2016 Undergraduate Student Symposium.

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Biology Student Wins First Place for Poetry Performance at Undergraduate Student Symposium

For Qaas Shoukat, the inspiration for his project and participation in the 2016 Undergraduate Student Symposium was simple: He wanted to share his love of history with his fellow students. Mixing biographical research with the aesthetics of spoken word, Shoukat explored the enduring legacies of playwright William Shakespeare and French philosopher/mathematician Rene Descartes by performing original poems in which he assumed their voices and spotlighted their ideas and bodies of work.

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Undergraduate Students Present Hawaiian Monk Seal Research at National Museum of Natural History and the Marine Mammal Commission

Three marine biology majors at the Farquhar College of Arts and Sciences presented their independent study research on Hawaiian monk seals.

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Undergraduate Students Recognized for Award-Winning Scholarship, Creative Works

Congratulations to the following undergraduate students who earned awards for their work in the following areas…

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