Student Research

We give students first-hand experience with in-depth research through a year-long undergraduate research fellowship. The opportunity for this level of hands-on research is often what sets our students and alumni apart for research positions in industry, as well as top selection for graduate, veterinary and medical schools. Each research fellowship begins in the summer and extends through the spring semester. Renewal for a second year is available.

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Current Student Research

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Betsy Brown’s research evaluates the effects of administering rumen-protected methionine during the late gestation on the performance of cows.

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Anna Kay Gierow’s research focuses on furthering knowledge of why embryo development and implantation occur within mammals.

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LeeAnn Johnston’s research project focuses on determining how effective specific aquatic plants and microorganisms are in removing pollutants from contaminated water.

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Jake Keel’s research focuses on treatment differences in the number of actively dividing stem cells in the small intestines of broiler chickens.

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Olivia Reid uses immunostaining paired with fluorescent microscopy to observe the patterns of disorganization of the adrenal glands of mice with Notch intracellular domain overexpression.

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