What's Happening Now

- CUSE has moved! We
are now located in
110 Brownson Hall.
Come visit us in our new office to be entered into a drawing to win a gift card!
- The 7th Annual Undergraduate Scholars Conference will be held on Friday, May 2, 2014. Please go HERE for more info.
- 800 Words, 6 Awards, 1 Standard of Excellence! Showcase your research skills and effective use of library resources—Apply for the 2014 Undergraduate Library Research Award (ULRA) today!
- CUSE is no longer accepting applications for research funding over the summer.



Check out our new
CUSE video!
Nick Nissen, completing a service learning project in Peru
"I am a sophomore in the College of Arts and Letters, majoring in Spanish and pre-professional studies with a minor in international development studies. My academic interests are in social barriers to health and accessibility to modern medical care in Latin America, with a specific interest in the subject of my senior thesis, "Accessibility of Cesarean Section Services for Complicated Deliveries in the Rural Highlands of Bolivia." I am currently working on a research project entitled, "Identifying African Communities at Risk for Emergence of Malaria by Utilizing Land Class and Land Use Data" in the Dr. Edwin Michael Lab in the Department of Biology and hope to study the public healthcare system of Spain this summer to identify cost efficient methods of providing effective healthcare to large populations. I plan to utilize these research experiences to address medical development issues in Bolivia after graduation and, someday, as a practicing physician in the United States."

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