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UMD Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP)  [124]

Persistent link to this collection: https://hdl.handle.net/11299/183669


Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program

The University of Minnesota's Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) offers financial awards twice yearly to full-time undergraduates for research, scholarly, or creative projects undertaken in partnership with a faculty member. At the same time, faculty have the opportunity to work closely with students and receive valuable assistance with their own research or professional activity. UROP adds a new dimension to the undergraduate experience. It also encourages students to conduct research and pursue academic interests outside of their regular courses by employing them to work on special projects. Projects are expected to contribute to the student's academic development.

UMD Colleges represented: College of Education and Human Service Professions, College of Liberal Arts, Labovitz School of Business and Economics, School of Fine Arts, and Swenson College of Science and Engineering


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The Perspectives on Health Care of Women Living Poverty

Strehlke, Kathleen (2020)
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The Role of Macrophages in Developmental Programming of Type 2 Diabetes

Molin, Alexa M; Root, Kate; Polack, Vonda; Huchthausen, Margaretta; Regal, Jean (2021-03-15)
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Variability in Stream Temperature and Isotopic Signatures in the Lester River Watershed

Breeden, Faith; Dymond, Salli (2021-01)
There is little knowledge regarding the storage and release of water to streams along the north shore of Lake Superior, which can have implications for the resilience of streams to environmental change. We can better ...

Effects of Sulfate on the Boiremoval of Aqueous Lead Using Lemna Minor

Meyer, Elayna M (2020-12-30)
In this experiment, the effect of sulfate concentration on the biosorption rate of lead by lemna minor (common duckweed) was studied. Lead is a hazardous environmental contaminant and can cause harm to living organisms. ...

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