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One very essential component of contemporary undergraduate education includes the availability of real scientific research experiences in working laboratory environments. This powerful pedagogic tool fosters a host of critical 21st-century outcomes, which can only be developed and implemented when students do original, inquiry-based work on significant scholarly problems. Students engaged in such learn to apply theoretical concepts within experimental frameworks and to develop the skills necessary to apply increasingly complex laboratory techniques and computational tools which are, increasingly, being developed and acquired at highly accelerated rates.
With that in mind, we have developed a number of undergraduate research programs broadly in the fields of nanoscale sciences so that our undergraduates can become competitive candidates in the job market and/or higher education and to evolve as valuable members of future research and industry communities.