Musically speaking, Paul Royse, a senior from Knoxville in music theory and piano performance, is going where no one has gone before. His focus: grindcore, a genre of music fusing aspects of heavy metal and hardcore punk that originated in the mid-1980s but has been virtually absent in music research literature.
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Lora Doherty, a senior in therapeutic recreation, has been researching how camps can help children in military families cope with a parent’s deployment. The research not only deepened her understanding of coursework but also gave her a leg up on other applicants when applying to graduate school. Doherty, of Knoxville, is among 1,400 UT undergraduates involved in
UT is celebrating undergraduate research next week at the Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement (EURēCA). At EURēCA, part of Research Week, undergraduate students will present original research poster displays that are judged by a panel of UT faculty. Judging takes place on Monday, and the exhibits are on display to the public in the University Center’s ballroom on Tuesday.
The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, is hosting its first annual Baker Scholars Research presentation. The undergraduate scholars will display and discuss their research projects and other initiatives, which are mentored by UT faculty and staff.
UT is celebrating undergraduate research for Research Week. The week culminates with the capstone event, the Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement in which undergraduate students present original research poster displays that are judged by a panel of UT faculty. EURēCA will be open to the public from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Thursday, March 29. An awards ceremony will be held at 6 p.m.
The campus’s third annual Research Week kicks off on Monday, March 26, highlighting undergraduate research and creative activities across campus. The highlight of the week is the Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement on Wednesday and Thursday in the University Center Ballroom. The week concludes with the Honors Symposium on Saturday, March 31, at the Howard Baker Jr. Center for Public Policy.
UT undergraduate students are making discoveries as they work with faculty members to develop research projects and creative activities for presentation at the 15th annual Exhibition of Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement (EURēCA) as part of Research Week, March 26 through April 1.
Beginning Saturday, March 26, UT Knoxville will sponsor its second annual Research Week highlighting undergraduate research and other research activities on campus. Research Week is sponsored by the Office of the Chancellor and administered by the Office of Research. Activities for Research Week will be concentrated between March 26 and April 1, though some events will occur outside of those dates.
Playing the violin has been a way of life for Rachel Grubb, and she had the chance to display her gift at UT Knoxville’s first ever research week. The week put the spotlight on undergraduate researchers, scholars, artists and performers with a concert, an honors symposium, an art competition and a student paper competition. Grubb and hundreds of other students showed off their diverse talents in areas ranging from music to art to science to business.
UT Knoxville is hosting its first weeklong celebration of undergraduate research. Research Week will take place March 21-26 and spotlight undergraduate researchers, scholars, artists and performers with a concert, an honors symposium, an art competition and a student paper competition.