Research Advice from Brandeis Undergraduates
What is Undergraduate Research?
The Council on Undergraduate Research defines undergraduate research as "an inquiry or investigation conducted by an undergraduate student that makes an original intellectual or creative contribution to the discipline."
Students who want to learn more about undergraduate research and how to get involved can now view the videos below. In each of these 12 short videos, four current Brandeis undergraduate researchers (Alejandra Bonilla ’21, Ariel Brathwaite ’22, Yuezhu (Coco) Chen ’22 and Emma Ghalili ’22) answer a common question about undergraduate research.
Thank you to Professor Elizabeth Ferry and Professor Angela Gutchess for organizing and conducting the video project. Funding was provided through a Provost’s Teaching Innovation Grant awarded to Professor Wendy Cadge by the Center for Teaching and Learning.
Examining Racial Inequality in Public Schools During a Pandemic
When Assistant Professor of Sociology and Education Derron Wallace learned about a survey taken by families and students in Boston Public Schools on remote learning and school reopening plans during the COVID-19 pandemic, he saw an opportunity to use his expertise to make a difference. Read more on BrandeisNOW.