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Program for Undergraduate Research Education

Eighteen Armour College of Engineering undergraduate students and their faculty mentors have been awarded Fall 2015 Armour R&D Fellowships. The program, an Armour College of Engineering Distinctive Education initiative, offers undergraduate engineering students the opportunity to gain hands-on research and development experience in the lab of a faculty mentor.

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Seventeen Armour College of Engineering undergraduate students and their faculty mentors have been awarded Summer 2015 Armour R&D Fellowships. The program offers undergraduate engineering students the opportunity to gain hands-on research and development experience in the lab of a faculty mentor.

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Nineteen Armour College of Engineering undergraduate students and their faculty mentors have been awarded Spring 2015 Armour R&D Fellowships. The program offers undergraduate engineering students the opportunity to gain research and development experience.

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On December 4, 2014 24 Armour College of Engineering Undergraduate students gathered to present at the Fall 2014 Armour R&D Expo. The students presented the results of work they have completed over the fall semester as part of the Armour R&D program.

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Twenty-five Armour College of Engineering (ACE) undergraduate students were awarded funds to participate in the Fall 2014 Armour R&D Program. This competitive program offers undergraduate engineering students the opportunity to gain a more complete understanding of the research and development process, preparing them for further success after graduation.

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Armour College of Engineering student Gaby Sumampouw (CHE 3rd year) was recently profiled in iitmagazine for the research she is working on as part of the Armour R&D Program for Undergraduate Research Education (PURE). Gaby has been working in the lab of Johnson Polymer ChBE Professor Fouad Teymour, deriving biofuel from algae since her second year at Armour College of Engineering. The article highlights the benefits of taking part in research projects as an undergraduate student.

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Over thirty Armour College of Engineering (ACE) undergraduate students have been participating in this summer’s Armour R&D program as part of the ACE Distinctive Education Program. Armour R&D is a very competitive program because it offers undergraduate students the opportunity to have a more complete understanding of the research and development process, thereby adding value to their current curriculum and preparing them for continued success after graduation.

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