Showcasing undergraduate research at Iowa

Showcasing undergraduate research at Iowa

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Erin Church is one of nearly 100 students presenting research at the Spring Undergraduate Research Festival
Erin Church discusses her undergraduate research in psychology.

Erin Church, a senior from Maple Grove, Minn., discusses her honors thesis work on sexual assault and coercion prevention, a project developed with her mentor, associate professor Teresa Treat from the University of Iowa Department of Psychology in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Church is one of 100 UI undergraduates, representing 30 areas of study, who will present their research projects at the Spring Undergraduate Research Fair this Wednesday, April 9, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in the second-floor atrium of University Capitol Center. There also will be 125 graduate and professional students who will judge the poster presentations.

The research fair is organized by the Iowa Center for Research by Undergraduates, which has funded promising undergraduate researchers for more than a decade.

Editor's Note: This is one of a series of student success video profiles that will be featured periodically in Iowa Now.


Ben Hill, UI Strategic Communication Video Services, 319-384-3400


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