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Friday, April 15, 2011

Undergrads do research

Psychology undergraduate Martinique Jones has conducted research in Houston schools.

Psychology undergraduate Martinique Jones has conducted research in Houston schools.

We put the spotlight on several undergraduates who conduct research to mark Research Week, which was April 11-15.

Check out their stories on the Know Web site.

Martinique Jones
Major: Psychology
Research Topic: The African American Dream: A Progressive Discussion of Academic Achievement in African American Students

Margaret Sanders
Major: Plan II and Psychology
Research Topic: The Effect of Categorization on Judgments of Paintings

Zachary Garber
Major: Government
Research Topic: William Lauder’s Impact on the History of Barbados

Jose Ybarra
Major: Human Biology
Research Topic:
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Thursday, March 10, 2011

Getting Started: Congressional Scholar Jason Casellas

In the Getting Started series, Further Findings highlights the paths that some researchers at The University of Texas at Austin took to the laboratory, the library, the field—wherever they do their work. Jessica Sinn from the College of Liberal Arts writes this installment.

Jason Casellas, assistant professor and associate director of the Irma Rangel Public Policy Institute in the Department of Government at The University of Texas at Austin

Jason Casellas, assistant professor and associate director of the Irma Rangel Public Policy Institute in the Department of Government at The University of Texas at Austin

When Jason Casellas began research for his undergraduate senior dissertation on Latino political participation,
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