Undergraduate Research/Write-In

The goal of the Undergraduate Research/Write-In is to provide students a supportive space to work on their research and writing projects. Undergraduates can take this afternoon to get a jump-start on their research and writing efforts, whether than means starting a new project or getting organized on a project already underway. Students can spend the afternoon working individually on their projects or can take part in individual consultations and/or workshops. Participants have the option of staying for the entire afternoon or dropping in for a specific workshop or consultation. Pre-registration is encouraged to ensure a spot at the event, but drop-ins are also welcome.
February 15, 2013
01:00 pm - 05:00 pm
Watson Library, 3rd floor
785-864-7351


KU in the news
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Yesterday we introduced you to KU professor Rolfe Mandel and the discoveries he and his students are making. Watch this video to learn more. Tags: #KUdiscoveries #KUresearch #Archeology #Plains

Yesterday we introduced you to KU professor Rolfe Mandel. Watch this video to learn more about his #KUdiscoveries : http://t.co/lTYBdqqmCM
KU ODYSSEY team digs for clues to ancient Pleistocene people Searching for evidence of early people living on the plains in the late Pleistocene age, (see http://bit.ly/1li6uYX) Rolfe Mandel, a KU distinguished professor of anthropology, led an excavation in July 2014 in the “Coffey Site” along the Big Blue River bank in Pottawatomie County, Kansas. Mandel says artifacts from Pleistocene period sediments could provide more clues about the Clovis and pre-Clovis people, who were the founding inhabitants of the Americas.


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