Kathy Jonas | December 15, 2019
Hard work does pay off. Junior Madeline Owen’s research, published in a national journal highlighting the work of undergraduate students, serves as validation for the 250 plus hours she spent in research labs while at Notre Dame.
“I am incredibly grateful to be recognized for my role in undergraduate research, which I began at Notre Dame spring semester of my freshman year in a biology department lab, and continue with my current work in the bioengineering lab of Prof. Donny Hanjaya-Putra," said Owen, a neuroscience and behavior major from Columbus, Ohio.
Only 25 students are recognized each year in the prestigious NCHC Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity (UReCA), an interdisciplinary online publication that serves as a venue for undergraduates who are making significant contributions in fields ranging from fine arts to STEM to creative writing. A few recent submissions included articles on traumatic brain injury, curbing hate speech and adapting literature to music.
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