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Undergraduate Research Center

Director: Janice McDonald
E-mail: jmcdona@binghamton.edu
Phone: 607-777-4324
Office: UU 260C
 
Assistant to the Director:
Ashley Serbonich
E-mail: aserboni@binghamton.edu
Phone: 607-777-4342
Office: UU 260A

Graduate Advisors

Kalen Casey
kcasey3@binghamton.edu
Office: UU 260B
Office hours: Mondays 1:00-3:00pm 
 
Liam Meilleur
smeille1@binghamton.edu
Office: UU 260B
Office hours: Tuesdays 11:00am-1:00pm

 

Meet Our Undergraduate Researchers, Scholars and Artists

2013 Summer Scholars 

Ilana Ben-Ezra
History and political science
Assistant Professor Elizabeth Casteen, mentor

Joshua Chorman
English and cinema
Associate Professor Ariana Gerstein, mentor

Chunhui Dai
Electrical engineering
Assistant Professor Seokheun Choi, mentor

Sarah Davis
Integrative neuroscience
Professor Ralph Garruto, mentor

Matthew Epstein
Bioengineering
Assistant Professor Gretchen Mahler, mentor

Raymond Futia
Cell and molecular biology
Assistant Professor Heather Fiumera, mentor

Joy Hallmark
Integrative neuroscience
Associate Professor Christopher Bishop, mentor

Jin Woo Lee
Mechanical engineering
Assistant Professor Peter Huang, mentor

Mallory Mecca
Sociology and economics
Associate Professor Kelvin Santiago-Valles, mentor

Mike Miller
History
Associate Professor Elisa Camiscioli, mentor

Patrick Schechter
Cinema and psychology
Assistant Professor Tomonari Nishikawa, mentor

Joel Thomas
Cell and molecular biology and philosophy
Associate Professor Anne B. Clark, mentor

2013 Provost’s Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research 

Anthony Frachioni
Physics
Associate Professor Bruce White, mentor

William Marsiglia
Chemistry
Professor Christof Grewer, mentor

Council on Undergraduate Research
Posters on the Hill Presenters 

Jacqueline Odgis
Biology

Kathleen Francis Clancy
Biochemistry

Abigail H MacFadden
Biochemistry

Professor Koji Lum, mentor

 

 

 

Share Your Research

Communicating the results of your research, scholarly or creative work is a critical phase of the research process. Presenting your findings requires you to place your research into context, to connect it with other works and to explore new and unanswered questions. Sharing your research also entails that you prioritize, meet deadlines and follow protocol. The process teaches you how to react to reviews-both negative and positive. (Content modified from the Council on Undergraduate Research)

There are a variety of platforms to share your research, scholarly or creative work both within and outside of the Binghamton University community. Whether you publish an article in a research journal, present at a professional conference or meeting, attend a research consortium, participate in a show or exhibition, or are involved with a performance, you will find many benefits to sharing your work with other professionals.

Academic Journals

The following journals welcome article submissions from undergraduate students:

-Binghamton Journal of History
-Binghamton Journal of Philosophy
-Binghamton Writes: A Journal of First-Year Writing
-Brainwaves (Psychology)
-Ellipsis
-EvoS (Evolutionary Studies) Journal
-Harpur Palate
-Journal of Undergraduate Anthropology
-Online Journal of Rural Nursing & Healthcare
-Reinvention: An International Journal of Undergraduate Research

 

Professional Conferences & Meetings

Professional conferences and meetings are sponsored by discipline-based and general professional organizations and are offered at all levels: local, state, national and international.

Click here for a list of conferences and meetings by department.

Public Presentations

Research may be presented to members of the local community at events or meetings.

Example:
-Binghamton University Mall Days

Research Consortia

Research consortia are events held at campuses or other large venues which showcase the work of several researchers simultaneously. Participants present their work to students, faculty and community members through posters or exhibits.

Examples:
-Research Days at Binghamton University
-Posters on the Hill Washington, DC.

 

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Last Updated: 4/18/14