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Over 100 LBC Students Present Research at UURAF 2014
Over 100 Lyman Briggs students participated in the 16th annual University Undergraduate Research and Arts Forum (UURAF) this past Friday, April 4th at the MSU Union. Our students presented poster and oral presentations that they have worked on with faculty members on topics ranging from the “History of Medieval Neuroscience in Spain” to “Using Magnetic Nanoparticles to Extract Pathogenic Bacteria.” While most of our students presented research in the sciences, many students also presented research on topics in communications, social sciences and the humanities.

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LBC's Kim Vi Featured as Undergraduate Student Researcher of the Week
Lyman Briggs student, Kim Vi, was recently featured as MSU's undergraduate student of the week. Read about how his experience in LB145 led him to a research position in which he studies mutations in DNA:

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Lyman Briggs College Career Newsletter 4/1/14
The Center for Lyman Briggs College has created a career newsletter for Briggs students. Read to learn about the Science Blast, which will take place this Wednesday, April 2nd.

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Dr. Mark Largent Will Discuss "The Vaccine Debate in Modern America" at MacMurray College
Medical historian Mark A. Largent, of Lyman Briggs College, will be talking about “The Vaccine Debate in Modern America,” Wednesday, April 2 at 7 p.m. in Thoresen Recital Hall in the Putnam/Springer Center on the MacMurray campus.

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LBC Sophomore Recieves Honorable Mention for Goldwater Scholarship
LBC sophomore, Megan Kechner, has received honorable mentioned for the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. Megan is majoring in neuroscience and psychology.

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