BCUR News Archive

  • Bryan College is now an official member of the Council on Undergraduate Research. (06.02.11)
  • The winners of the 2011 Fresh Perspectives in Research conference are: Vincent Smith (first place, $300), Sharon Smythe (second place, $200), Katie Wilkens & Anna Hull (tied for third place, $100), and Jandi Heagen (honorable mention). The BCUR would like to thank all of the student presenters for making the 2011 conference a success! News and Highlights Story » (05.06.11)
  • The second annual undergraduate research conference will be held Friday, March 16, 2012. (05.06.11)
  • See "Even fresher perspectives: Undergraduate Research Conference exceeds expectations" by Sebastian Fischer published in the Triangle.  (04.26.11)
  • The Conference on Christianity & Literature: Student Writing Contest. deadline: May 13, 2011 (04.19.11)
  • Junior Nick Cahill has been awarded a National Science Foundation/Appalachian College Association 2011-12 Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Scholarship. As part of his award, he will attend the 2011 ACA Student Summit on October 15, 2011.(04.19.11)
  • New CFP for Midwest Association of Latin American Studies (MALAS). Deadline: August 15, 2011. (04.19.11)
  • The plenary speaker for Bryan's inaugural undergraduate research conference, Fresh Perspectives, was Dr. David O'Hara of Augustana College, Sioux Falls, SD. Read the Bryan News & Highlights story about the conference. (04.15.11)
  • Senior Evan Johnson has been invited to speak at the Seventh Annual Southeastern Tennessee Student History Conference, hosted by the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga's Phi Alpha Theta chapter, on Tuesday, April 12, on the campus of UTC. Evan's presentation is entitled "Via Salina: Salt in Rome." This is the first time a Bryan College student has presented at the conference. (04.06.11)
  • Dr. Salvatore Musumeci is in the process of obtaining a Bryan College chapter of Phi Alpha Theta (the national history honor society). (04.06.11)
  • Keri-Lynn Paulson attended "Giving Undergraduate Research a Worldwide Voice: Institutional Repositories as Publishers" on March 15, 2011, at Kennesaw State University. (03.15.11)