MSUM will host a lab crawl on campus during National Undergraduate Research Week, April 9-13.
Students and the general public are invited to learn about the collaborative faculty-student research occurring at MSUM. More than a dozen labs on campus will hold open house hours. Lab research topics include: neurobiology, memory, child development, experimental petrology, prairie ecology, and more.
“It’s such a powerful experience when an undergraduate student can be individually mentored in a lab,” said Dr. Elizabeth Nawrot, psychology professor and Honors Program director. “Helping students achieve their best is at the heart of what we do here.”
An online, interactive map of campus includes lab locations, open house hours, research synopses and faculty contact information.
For more information about the MSUM Lab Crawl, visit mnstate.edu/undergraduateresearch.