Faculty-Undergraduate Student Engagement (FUSE)
FUSE grants are designed to support undergraduate students' intellectual development by fostering active engagement in the areas of research, creative and scholarly activities, and/or artistic performances.
All undergraduate students in good academic standing who will reach at least sophomore status at the time of award may apply. FUSE is well-suited for sophomore and junior level undergraduates.
For Existing FUSE Awardees:
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How to Write an Abstract Workshop
The first step to participating in the Student Research Conference is submitting a
brief abstract of your work. Not sure where to start? This workshop will explain how
to effectively describe your research or creative project in 200 words. We will cover
what information to include, what to avoid, and how to structure this important document.
At the end of this workshop, you will have the tools you need to write your own abstract
for the Feb. 19 deadline.
Dr. Leila Watkins, Honors College
Wednesday, February 10
Honors College and International Center 2016
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