INQR 1000 students show off projects at expo

Undergraduate research was on heroic display at last week’s INQR 1000 Expo.

This year’s theme was Humans and Heroes, and the students didn’t disappoint.

INQR 1000 is a 10-week course designed to introduce students to research. The class is a one-credit hour, small group, discussion-based course designed to engage freshman and sophomore students in the discovery, exploration and analysis of ideas that faculty members, across a variety of disciplines, study and navigate.

With expo sessions spanning two days, students turned their attention to everything from presidential candidates to video games to cultural differences in walking.

 

 

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