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Solve Any Problem with a Fish

Solve Any Problem with a Fish

Dear Students, 

I don't know that you can actually solve any problem with a fish, but why not ask the question? After all, we don't make progress by playing it safe, and this week we highlight some ambitious questions at the Undergraduate Research Forum. This Friday from 11am-3pm, the 3rd floor of the Texas Union will be packed with students showcasing the questions they asked and the answers they found.

Not part of the URF, but love research? It's never too late to start! The Undergraduate Research Page from TIDES is a great place to start. It has advice on where and how to start searching for opportunities. And don't forget to fund your research!

Research not your thing? There are all sorts of experiential education opportunities. In fact, TIDES has put together a website to highlight all sorts of experiences based on your major, so check out the Experiential Learning Portal. Science is all about trying new things, so don't be afraid to jump.

Dr. Vanden Bout

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Friday, 03 February 2023

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