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Mallory Baucom, of Indian Trail, North Carolina, hopes that the research she conducted through the Gardner-Webb University Undergraduate Research Scholars Program, will make a difference for future GWU students. Baucom, who graduates in December 2019 with a degree in psychology and a minor in discipleship studies, was one of 15 GWU students who received a research grant during the summer term. Students work 40 hours a week for five weeks on their projects, which they are required to present in a professional forum.
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Office of University Communications, "Undergraduate Researcher Studied Ways to Enhance Gardner-Webb’s First-Year Experience" (2019). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 192.