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While many college students will be spending their summers lying by the beach under a shady umbrella, 10 Gardner-Webb students have chosen to spend their break working on an extensive project that could potentially shape the course of their academic careers. The Summer Undergraduate Research Scholars Program (SURS) is specifically designed for students such as these, who are looking to broaden their horizons during the summer months. “The Undergraduate Research Program’s mission is to involve students and professors in scholarly projects that come to fruition outside the boundaries of the classroom,” says Dr. June Hobbs, creator and director of the Summer Scholars program.
Aaron Hilton, Caroline Burnette, Dalton Blackmon, Dr. June Hobbs, Eli Hardin, Ethan Ramsey, GWU Summer Undergraduate Research Scholars Program, Mallory Moore, Rachael Meachem, RuthAnne Lievsay, Sarah Branch, Summer Byers
Office of University Communications and Eidson, Emily, "10 Students Participate in Gardner-Webb University’s Summer Undergraduate Research Scholars Program" (2017). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 609.