Attend IU Research Day on Saturday, November 16! Free, and breakfast and lunch are provided

IU Research Day

Saturday, November 16, 9am – 4pm 

Cedar Hall, IUB

Join the IU Journal of Undergraduate Research (IUJUR) for our annual Research Day. Research Day provides the opportunity for undergraduate students to engage in a variety of research related workshops, network with researchers and professionals, and learn how to get involved in research. If you’re interested in graduate school, medical school, or the job force, this event will prove valuable, as research is an integral part of all of these career paths. This event benefits undergraduate researchers of all levels and all disciplines to develop as scholars, network with similarly-minded students, gain insight from research professionals, enhance a variety of research-based skills, and more!

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Available Undergraduate Researcher Position

The Ledón-Rettig lab investigates the causes and consequences of phenotypic plasticity using amphibians as models. We are currently seeking a research assistant whose primary responsibilities will be maintaining a colony of desert frogs, although other research activities will additionally be required. Frog colony maintenance includes cleaning frog habitats and feeding frogs (handling crickets). Research activities include setting up frog breedings and tadpole microcosms, as well as feeding and measuringtadpoles (e.g., behavioral, morphological, and endocrine measures). There is the potential for developing independent research projects in addition to performing regular duties.

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Undergraduate Research Opportunity

The laboratory of Dr. Lingling Chen, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry, has undergraduate research positions open!

We are searching for reliable, intelligent students who are genuinely interested in scientific research. Students must have good note-taking skills, good communications skills, and be fast learners.

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