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*As of April 2023

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Spectra Undergraduate Research Journal, Volume 3, Issue 1

On Thursday, June 15, 2023, OUR’s Spectra Undergraduate Research Journal’s Fall 2022 issue went live with four undergraduate research articles. This issue celebrates the work of undergraduate researchers representing three academic departments - the College of Liberal Arts Department of History, College of Sciences School of Life Sciences, and the Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Construction.

All UNLV students and their mentors are encouraged to submit their research to Spectra Undergraduate Research Journal for publication.

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Dear Undergraduate Researchers, Faculty, and Community Partners, Yesterday, our campus experienced an unspeakable tragedy. Our hearts go to the victims, their families, and the entire UNLV community. In light of the tragic event, OUR will be postponing the Fall 2023 Undergraduate Research Symposium that was scheduled to take place on Friday, December 8th, 2023, to a later date. We appreciate…

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