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Undergraduate research experiences are encouraged for all chemistry majors at UCM and are required for students obtaining the BS ACS certified degree and the BSEd degree. Many areas of research are available throughout the year and the summer to students including organic, inorganic, physical, analytical, biochemistry and chemical education.
Undergraduate research provides an opportunity for the undergraduate student to develop or utilize critical thinking skills, creativity and essential research techniques for chemical, health and other science related disciplines. Students participating in research collaborate with faculty members and other student researchers building student-mentor relationships.
Many of our students upon completion of their research projects have presented their research at state, regional and national meetings. Student participation in professional meetings provides an opportunity for students to interact and share experiences with student and faculty researchers from around the country. A list of the conferences UCM undergraduates have presented at over the past few years:
The Web Guide to Research for Undergraduates (WebGURU) is an interactive web-based tool intended to assist undergraduates to navigate the hurdles of an undergraduate research experience. Including:
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|data analysis||technical writing||oral presentations|
|intellectual property||nuts and bolts of undergraduate chemistry||research integrity|
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