Undergraduate Research Teams
The Undergraduate Research Team program seeks to create broadly interdisciplinary learning communities — comprised of faculty mentors and undergraduate students — working together on a problem-based research project. Solving big societal problems will require the expertise of more than one discipline. The program inspires “out of the box” collaborations among typically unrelated fields of study and offers students transferable problem-solving skills, content knowledge, a peer learning experience and a mentoring relationship between faculty and students.
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Food for the Future
- The Life of the Garden: Exploring the Maturation of Gardens from Literary & Botanical Perspectives
- Cross-Disciplinary Talk and Collaboration: From Scientific Discovery to Biotech Product
- Food for Thought: Food, Body Image & the Media
- Burgundy Truffle Cultivation in Missouri: A Food-based Catalyst for Transformational Development of Rural Economies