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Undergraduate Research  

With support from dedicated faculty and fellow students, Christopher Smith, a junior biomedical engineering major, has found his purpose in research, helping chart his life’s course. Smith is one of nearly 50 WVU students who will be participating in Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol Thursday (Feb. 22).


The WVU Human Performance Lab is seeking participants ages 25-65 who meet certain criteria for this research study. Appointments will take place from 8 a.m. to noon Thursday (Feb. 22) in the Student Health Building, Room 101.

3-Minute Thesis  

Competitors must succinctly pitch their research to audience members and judges who have no background experience in their research area. Tiered cash prizes will be awarded to finalists without any obligation for future work or service. Students need to submit a video of their presentation by 11:59 p.m. tonight (Feb. 15).