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Show and Tell

Show and Tell

Building quadcopters (drones); nursing students’ negativity towards the aging; studying the effects of video gaming on attention and impulsivity—these are just a few of the research projects that were presented at the Undergraduate Research Initiative Showcase. Announcing the winners and next year’s program…

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Show and Tell

Show and Tell

Forcing cancer cells to quit; discovering how a Pace student-managed investment portfolio outperformed professionally-managed funds; analyzing online communities for parents with LGBTQ children; and building and studying the potential uses of quadrotor unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). Student and faculty pairs present their research at the Undergraduate Research Initiative Showcases on April 29 in NYC and May 1 in PLV.

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Earth Month: Food for Thought

To celebrate Earth Month, each week The Pulse will highlight Pace research and programs that are making an impact on the environment. This week, Professor Marley Bauce and student AliReza Vaziri ’13 team up for an undergraduate research project to gauge environmental sustainability in Pace’s Dining Halls. >>Read More

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A World of Opportunities

A World of Opportunities

Helping victims of sex trafficking in Bangladesh; researching sustainable fishing policies in Norway; studying cybersecurity to help governmental agencies. If you’re interested in scholarships and fellowships both abroad and at home, keep reading.

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Your ePassport to Success

Put down the fancy paper, walk out of the Staples, and head to a research prep series session on creating your very own ePortfolio to bring your research to life.

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(Re)Searching for Answers

Are you passionate about a specific subject area or topic? Stop by undergraduate research info sessions in NYC and PLV to find out what students and faculty are currently working on, how great it looks on your resume, and how you can get involved!

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An Experiment Gone Right

An Experiment Gone Right

Are you passionate about a specific subject area or topic? Stop by undergraduate research info sessions in NYC and PLV to find out what students and faculty are currently working on, how great it looks on your resume, and how you can get involved!

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What the Nose Knows

Dyson Professor Jack Horne, PhD, and his students use a state-of-the-art confocal microscope to study how genes affect the development of the brain and olfactory system in zebrafish. >>Read More in Opportunitas

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Researching for Answers

From autism to zebrafish, follow 27 Pace students who are currently working with faculty on exciting research projects.

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Researching for Answers

Researching for Answers

Interested in conducting research with a faculty member and publishing your findings and presenting at a national conference? For the second year in a row, Pace brings you the Undergraduate Research Initiative and they need your inquiring minds by May 30!

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A Walk on the Wild Side

A Walk on the Wild Side

When Melissa Grigione was growing up in Scarsdale, NY, she would ride her bike to the Bronx Zoo and watch the animals. Repeat: ride her bike 20 miles to the zoo! There, Grigione discovered her true calling–protecting the environment and wildlife all over the world. Learn more about her research…

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Environmental Crusaders

There are quite a few people at Pace who are leading the fight for what they believe in. Angelo Spillo and Michelle Rodriguez are some of the crusaders for our environment. Want to know what Pace thinks of our earth and how to save it? Spillo and Rodriguez are looking for the answer. >>Read More

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There’s No Case Like Showcase

There’s No Case Like Showcase

Esterases and heart failure; Star Trek and history; literacy and the gender gap. For the past two semesters, 15 student and faculty pairs have been working together on research as part of Pace’s Undergraduate Research Initiative. Now join us to hear about their findings at showcases on April 10 in PLV and April 11 in NYC.

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The Real World: Pace

The Real World: Pace

This is the true story of 15 Setters picked for an undergraduate research project. Find out what happens when they stop being regular students and start getting real…world experiences.

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Researching for Answers

Interested in conducting research with a faculty member and publishing your findings and presenting at a national conference? Pace is launching an undergraduate student-faculty research pilot program during the 2011-2012 academic year and they need your inquiring minds by May 31!

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