Undergraduate Research Report
One of the benefits of choosing to attend a top-ranked liberal arts university like the University of Richmond is that all students are encouraged to get involved in undergraduate research as soon as—if not before—they arrive on campus as first-year students. Faculty members serve as research mentors, and together, the faculty and students publish the results of their work in peer-reviewed journals and present at professional conferences.
Over several years, faculty in the School of Arts & Sciences had received millions of dollars in grant money, which had subsequently helped UR launch several large-scale undergraduate research initiatives. In addition, gifts from private donors continued to help support this growing enterprise. It was time to say thank you to the many people and organizations that had contributed to the growth of the program.
We collaborated with a local design firm, and embarked on a multi-month project that involved organizing and outlining relevant content, interviewing subject matter experts, writing the 40-page document, photographing specific research groups, and going through an extensive review and editing process.
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