Archaeoinformatics is the increasingly popular discipline relating to the computational, analytical side of archaeological research.
The students will look at how culture and context impact childhood.
Marine biology candidate Vanessa Bezy will spend three months studying sea turtles in Costa Rica.
These instruments will be similar to a laptop orchestra.
Their drawings and assessment report will be presented to the Irish Ancient Monuments Commission.
College of Charleston students consistently awarded for studying critical languages.
Two undergraduate geology majors will identify 25 sites for earthquake monitoring systems.
Neuroscience Program honored by the American Psychological Association's Board of Educational Affairs.
The next one is not expected until the year 2117.
Grant will be used to enhance undergraduate science education, with mentored undergraduate research being a central component.