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Maxwell students awarded summer research and mentorship opportunity

June 1, 2017

Three Maxwell students were selected to receive a $2,000 stipend to conduct research and other creative projects this summer under the guidance of a faculty mentor. Following are the students, their major, and the topic of their research project:

Abigail Hamilton, political science: documentary on political action of millennials

Jennith Lucas, sociology and citizenship and civic engagement: cognitive and universal access of knowledge to people with intellectual disabilities

Kelsey Scott, anthropology: study of proteins that affect the expression of lupus in the peripheral blood lymphocytes of patients with systemic lupus erythematosus

Read more about the undergraduate research program and the other students who were selected in the SU News article, "Students Selected for Summer Research and Mentorship Opportunity."


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