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us on Thursday, August 15, 2019 at the University of Delaware’s tenth Annual
Undergraduate Research and Service Scholar Celebratory
Symposium, which caps off and celebrates this year’s Summer Scholars and Summer
Fellows programs. This event marks the culmination of 10
weeks of full-time research by more than 500 student researchers who have worked with faculty mentors and
community partners. During the program, these students have been engaged in projects representing
disciplines across the University, discovering the challenges and excitement of creating new knowledge
and applying that knowledge out in the world.
This summer several
History students worked with their History faculty advisors on research
projects spanning from History concepts in 7th Century Middle East to
sexuality in the twenty-first century. The poster and oral sessions run all day, so please consult the Summer Scholar Symposium program to find the times and location for each student. Congratulations to all our History Summer Scholars and their advisors!
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