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The future in SUNRISE is very bright, indeed.

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The Graduate School had the pleasure of visiting the SUNRISE REU poster session this morning and speaking with very bright undergraduate researchers who have spent their summer at UND working on a variety of projects with faculty and graduate students. Students from the University of North Dakota, San Jose State State and California State Polytechnic University, Concordia and Sitting Bull College,  have been proving their mettle in the labs over the past 10 weeks working on energy and environment related research. Read more about the Summer program here.

Here are a few photos from the busy session. It was great to chat with these students and to hear the enthusiasm and passion they have for their work. We hope they’ll all consider our school when they look at graduate work!

William Thompson worked with enhancing flourescence of gold nanoparticles.

Hyun Cho was testing gas permeation

Student researchers share their project methods and results

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August 5, 2010 at 5:15 pm

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