Elon University students share their experiences attending the 2015 National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR), highlighting the academic and personal benefits of presenting their research and learning about other undergraduate research projects.

This video features Ellie Stapleton ’15, Exercise Science; Melissa Mischka ’15, Early Childhood Education; Shannon Temlak ‘15, Political Science and Policy Studies; Graham Cochrane ‘15, Independent Major for Neuroscience; Helen Meskhidze ‘16, Physics and Philosophy; Rachel Mehaffey ’15, Dance Performance and Choreography; Kate Smith-lin ’15, International Economics; and Stephanie Bedard ‘17, International Business Major.

Produced by the Center for Engaged Learning (http://www.centerforengagedlearning.org) and the Undergraduate Research Program at Elon University.

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Suggested Citation:
Center for Engaged Learning. (2015, August 24). Student perceptions of NCUR. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cyedTfabCc