The universe is full of mysteries. What worlds lie in galaxies beyond our own? Why was Stonehenge built? How do the connections in our brains really work?
Every day, countless theorists, analysts, investigators and more chase down answers to fascinating questions like these. But they aren't the only ones.
Students at colleges and universities across the globe are also hard at work researching some of humanity's biggest curiosities – and discovering new groundbreaking solutions.
On this episode of College Admissions Insider, we're on the hunt for answers about how students can make the most of research experiences while in college. We'll discuss what research opportunities look like for students of varying interests, the kinds of resources students should look for and how doing research as an undergraduate sets students up for success.
Our guest is is Margaret Marr, Bucknell’s director of undergraduate fellowship research.
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