How to win in the stock market, how to cope with domestic violence, and how to integrate premature babies into family life.
These are among the knowledge nuggets that can be found in the first edition of Explorations: Undergraduate Research, Scholarship and Creativity at Wright State University.
The publication features research papers by undergraduate Wright State students and faculty advisers. Topics touch on everything from hybrid technology for jet engines to technological changes in art history.
“Explorations enables our undergraduate students to reveal the outcomes of their research to fellow students, faculty members, the research community and the general public,” said Dominique Belanger, director of undergraduate research and STEM activities. “This is a way for undergraduates to share their knowledge and be recognized for their exciting work. We hope to publish the research of many Wright State students.”
There will be three issues of Explorations each year—one in the spring, summer and fall. Students interested in submitting their research for publication consideration should contact Dominique Belanger. The next submission deadline will be in March.