The fourth volume of ReCUR is now available online. This journal highlights some of the outstanding student research at MSU.

The Red Cedar Undergraduate Research (ReCUR) journal is published each year by the Honors College. It highlights some of the outstanding research projects that our undergraduate students have worked on. Many, but not all, of these students are members of the Honors College. The journal is also a teaching tool - students learn article submission practices, can serve as a member of the student editorial board, or can work on the editorial staff.

Each year submissions for the journal are accepted from Honors College students and participants in the University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum (UURAF). Honors College students often work as professorial assistants or in labs on campus to gain research experience, and many submit articles as a part of those programs. Others submit materials gathered as a part of their senior capstone projects or from other work. Participants in UURAF are also invited to submit their research for publication. There is no limit to the creativity of these students, and there are many works submitted - providing a wonderful challenge for our editors.

You can read the latest issue of ReCUR at www.recur.msu.edu, where it is available for PDF download. You can also view the flipbook below.



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