Conferences Highlight Undergraduate Research at Georgetown
Georgetown offers its students a variety of opportunities for undergraduate research so they may learn the discipline and experience working with faculty on their projects. In April, undergraduates presented their work during a series of conferences and symposia.
Nearly 90 students present their works during this year’s two-day Undergraduate Research Conference featuring toxicologist Linda Birnbaum, director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences at the National Institutes of Health. Read more.
Human science major Victor Wang (NHS’15) began his undergraduate research the summer after his first year at Georgetown, and his exploration of unidergraduate research has led him into the lab with faculty and has allowed him the opportunity to present at the American Association for Cancer Research annual meeting, April 18-22. Read more.
“One of my greatest rewards from research is having had the opportunity to learn from my mentor, other faculty and students and to teach new students,” – Victor Wang (NHS’15)