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undergraduate

a person studying in a university for a first degree
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Lacking the money for the large expenditure required in the study of law, Gray took up his residence in the college buildings at Cambridge, where he lived as a recluse, much annoyed by the noisy undergraduates.
He was a solitary man who had made his friends at college and always addressed them as if they were still undergraduates arguing in his room, though many months or even years had passed in some cases between the last sentence and the present one.
He was not generally popular among the undergraduates, though it always seemed to me that what was set down as pride was really an attempt to cover extreme natural diffidence.
Although I was unable to attend this watershed event, my own thinking about undergraduate research has been significantly affected by international connections made through CUR, especially from the CUR preconference workshop at the annual meeting of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.
This will be the fourth year in which universities are permitted to charge up to PS9,000 a year for undergraduate courses.
As an undergraduate at the University of California, Berkeley, she started a research project examining climbing gecko lizards, and ultimately discovered that geckos stick to surfaces using van der Waals forces.
Just as faculty in higher education throughout the United States are being called upon to promote, facilitate, and supervise undergraduate research, nurse faculty are also asked to encourage their undergraduate students to engage in research.
This paper describes a field-based writing project that was implemented in a teacher education course in spring 2006 to assess 24 undergraduate students' ability to analyze teaching practices in secondary grade classes.
A nine-week summer program for undergraduate juniors and senior engineering majors will offer the opportunity to perform research guided by faculty and industry mentors and gain experience in a working metalcasting facility and a national lab (ORNL).
That, at undergraduate level, students in British universities can specialise to a far greater extent in history than their United States counterparts, plainly gives greater opportunity for their programmes of study to contain appreciable amounts of social history.
The GRO Undergraduate Fellowship program, like its predecessor (the Minority Academic Institution or MAI program), is intended to strengthen the environmental research capacity of institutions of higher education that receive limited funding to build such capacity, including in particular institutions with substantial minority enrollment.

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