Research View, June/July 2000

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Research View, June/July 2000

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Office of the Vice President for Research and Creative Scholarship; University Relations

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Contents of this issue include:

NCUR Notes: Students showcase research and creative efforts at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research

Dog Days of Summer: Aimee Hurt's bear scat study was made possible through IBS-CORE, a program that funds projects for undergraduate researchers

Montana Academy of Sciences: High school students and professionals from around the state are "part of a community," thanks to this science organization

Joint Effort: Astronaut Jerry Ross gives a tour of the International Space Station

Lost in Space Camp: Kids learned about rockets, teachers received GIS training and the public saw stunning NASA images at the Big Sky Rendez-Vous

Rediscovering Lewis and Clark: A UM program will host a new National Lewis and Clark Education Center

Ouf of the Classroom, Into the Field: Teachers spend part of their summer at UM, learning research skills in the Montana Teachers Investigate Ecology Project

Exercising Minds: Montana students win big at Detroit's International Science and Engineering Fair

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6-2000

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© 2000 University of Montana--Missoula

Research View, June/July 2000

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