This week, undergraduates from 44 national and international institutes gathered in the Lauricella Room at Neyland Stadium to kick off their residence as Summer Research Scholars. Over 160 students from 23 different states and three countries make up the diverse class of summer researchers, an increase from 2017’s 142 participants.
Attendees had the opportunity to meet their peers in the summer research community, sign up for professional and social events planned for the summer, and take a tour of Neyland Stadium.
“Students are selected through a competitive process across multiple programs and disciplines, from engineering to music theory and everything in between, ” remarked Marisa Moazen, executive director of undergraduate research and outreach.
Read more at ugresearch.utk.edu.