Undergraduate Research Projects that culminate in a thesis, professional paper, or other culminating artifact are intended to provide students at the University of Montana with a substantial capstone experience that encourages them to work diligently and creatively in collaboration with a faculty mentor over an extended period of time. These projects challenge students to draw on knowledge and life experiences that they have attained throughout the course of their education, and apply them to an in-depth investigation of the chosen topic.

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Artifact from 2014

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Creating a New Literature: Shimazaki Toson's Poetry and the Japanese Literary Reform Movement, Grace E. Yon

Artifact from 2013

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City on the “River of Awe”: An Historical & Observational Study of Missoula’s Urban River Greenway, Sandra Burch

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To Save the Last Tree: A Case Study of the International Tropical Timber Agreements, Kendall Houghton

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The Figuration of Phantoms: Helens from Homer to Walcott, Claire Mikeson

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In Vitro Particle Exposure To United States Southwestern Sand Dust, Cassandra Moog

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A Comparison of Sexual Minority Youth Who Attend Religiously-Affiliated Schools and Their Nonreligious School-Attending Counterparts, Brandon Stewart

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Wasted Women: Modern Oppression in T.S. Eliot's "The Waste Land", James Warwood

Artifact from 2012

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Disruptive Innovation in Agribusiness, Tyler McGee

Artifact from 2011

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How Do We Keep a Distance from Our Subjects, While Creating In-Depth Stories?, Heather Kay Ericson

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Corn and Culture: The Influence of Zea mays across Cultural and Historical Boundaries, Ginny Marie Mueller

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From Fur Baby to Chick Magnet: A Sociological View of Dogs and Their People, Ariel Teresa Leigh Petersen

Artifact from 2010

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Un film sentimental para tus ojos: El cinematógrafo en la poesía ultraísta de Lucía Sánchez Saornil, Vera Ruth Jones