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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. During his last three years he held the appointment and salary of professor of modern history, but his timidity prevented him from delivering any lectures.
It was in their undergraduate days, however, in the midst of their profoundest plunges into the mysteries of organic chemistry, that Doris Van Benschoten entered into their lives.
Eric Hughes, with his blown blond hair and eager undergraduate face, was just getting into his motor car and saying a few final words to his agent, a sturdy, grizzled man named Gryce.
A certain portion of his time was passed at Cambridge, where he read with undergraduates as a sort of tolerated smuggler who drove a contraband trade in European languages, instead of conveying Greek and Latin through the Custom-house.
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.
Conference attendees agreed that undergraduate public health education can help produce an educated citizenry that is better prepared to cope with public health challenges ranging from acquired immunodeficiency syndrome to aging, avian influenza, and health-care costs.
This is a handbook for integrating research into undergraduate curricula using a process developed as a template by the University of Tennessee, College of Social Work.
This $1,000 scholarship is for an undergraduate student with an interest in agricultural machinery product design and development, a declared major in a biological or agricultural engineering program accredited by ABET or CEAB, a student member of ASABE, has completed at least one year of undergraduate study with at least one year undergraduate study remaining from the time of application, has a 2.5 or equivalent grade point average, and can attest to the need for financial aid.
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.
In a conference speech about the link between research and learning at universities, he said: "The university's undergraduate research scholarship scheme offers students a fantastic opportunity to not only gain experience of research work but to also develop transferable skills such as project management and communication.
Tennessee Tech University has received funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for establishing a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) site focusing on the metalcasting industry.

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