Category Archives: Undergrad research

Pahos:Integrating and Re-Immerging Through Cultures

Elon hosts CELEBRATE this week, a week dedicated to “student achievements in academics and arts.” Today, students and faculty participated in SURF (Student Undergraduate Research Forum) Day, where many students, in a variety of majors and concentrations exhibited their specialized … Continue reading

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Stranahan: Testing Dosed Fish

Taking an interesting approach on the use of America’s most prescribed drug – antidepressants– junior biology major Lauren Stranahan studied the effects of Prozac on the development of zebrafish. The Chapel Hill native decided to test the effects of Prozac … Continue reading

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Strelow: Exploring Species Boundaries

During the 2:40 p.m. SURF Day session, biology major Bryan Strelow presented his research on the possible species blending of two types of cricket frogs. Strelow, a junior from Roanoke, Va., questioned the theory that mating calls are barriers between the … Continue reading

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