Undergraduate Engaged Learning Research Awards supported 75 CSU Students during Summer 2008.
Seventy five CSU undergraduate students had the opportunity to work on summer research projects with faculty mentors during Summer 2008. Forty eight proposals were received from five colleges and 34 were funded across 14 departments. Examples of funded proposals include:
“Pregnancy Management Practices, Childbirth Experiences, and Infant Health Outcomes Among a Multiethnic Sample of Urban Mothers in Cleveland, Ohio,”
“Use of Steel Slag as an Aggregate in Concrete Pavement,” and
“Effects of Increased Cholesterol Levels on the Molecular Activity of Membrane-bound Proteins.”
The funds for the projects, totaling $289,414, were provided from the Provost’s office. The Provost’s office also sponsored a Poster Session for these projects Thursday September 4th from 10:00am – 2:00pm in the Library.