Research Scholar Fellowships

The Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activity has selected the recipients of its 2014-2015 Research Scholar Fellowships. Read the announcement and learn about this year's Fellows!


The Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activity has selected the recipients of its 2013-2014 Research Scholar Fellowships. Read the announcement and learn about this year's Fellows!


The Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activity has selected the recipients of our 2012-2013 Research Scholar Fellowships. Read the announcement and learn about this year's Fellows!


The Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activity has selected the recipients of our 2011-2012 Research Scholar Fellowships. Read the full announcement here.


The Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activity has selected the recipients of our 2010-2011 Research Scholar Fellowships. Read the full announcement here.


The Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activity has selected the recipients of our 2009-2010 Research Scholar Fellowships. Read the full announcement here.


2008-09 Fellowship recipients:

Ashley Fannin

Ashley Fannin, senior psychology major in the College of Humanities and Fine Arts from Murray, Ky., for her proposal entitled “The Effects of Delay and an Intervening Task on the Retention of Implicit and Explicit Memory.”  Fannin plans to present her research at the annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society and/or the annual Association for Psychological Science conference. 
Dr. Paula Waddill, Professor in the Department of Psychology, will serve as faculty mentor.

Walther

Angela Hatton and Angela Walther

Angela Hatton, senior English major in the College of Humanities and Fine Arts from Murray, Ky., for her proposal entitled “Mary Peach Collier Research.”  Hatton will be assisted by co-investigator Angela Walther, senior English major from Eminence, Ky.  Hatton and Walther plan to submit their research findings to Women’s Writing, an international journal focused on nineteenth century women’s writing. 
Dr. Kevin Binfield, Professor in the Department of English and Philosophy, will serve as faculty mentor.

Joshua Woehlke

Joshua Woehlke, junior secondary English education major in the College of Education from Grand Rivers, Ky., for his proposal entitled “The Content and Usage Revision Engine: A New Approach to Grading English Compositions.”  Woehlke plans to present his research at the Kentucky Education Association annual meeting. 
Ms. Debbie Bell, Lecturer in the Department of English and Philosophy, will serve as faculty mentor.

 


The 2007-08 Fellowship recipients were: 


Zachary Brian

Zachary Brian

College of Science, Engineering and Technology, for his proposal entitled “A Comparative Study of Photosynthetic Capacity and Leaf Construction of Exotic (Lonicera japonica) and Native (Lonicera sempervirens) Honeysuckle Species.”  Brian will be assisted by co-investigators Courtney Harris and Kelly Harris.  Kate He, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, is serving as faculty mentor.

Read Zachary's finished paper here.  

Rebecca Feldhaus

Rebecca Feldhaus

College of Humanities and Fine Arts, for her proposal entitled “Marian Anderson: A Voice for the Seemingly Silent.”  Sonya Baker, Associate Professor of Music, is serving as faculty mentor.

Read Rebecca's finished paper here.

Brian Robertson

Brian Robertson

College of Business and Public Affairs, for his proposal entitled “Diagnosing Retirement.”  David Eaton, Professor of Economics and Finance, is serving as faculty mentor. 

Molly Williams

Molly Williams

College of Science, Engineering and Technology, for her proposal entitled “Neuroblastoma.”  Renee Fister, Professor of Mathematics and Statistics, is serving as faculty mentor.

Read Molly's finished paper here.

View 2006-2007 Research Scholar Fellowship Recipients