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While exploring the works of artists like Käthe Kollwitz, Edgar Degas and Bo Bartlett, Gardner-Webb University art major Hannah Smith discovered her own artistic strengths. Smith was one of 11 GWU students who received a grant from the GWU Undergraduate Research Scholars Program for the summer term. Students worked 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, "Summer Undergraduate Research Gives Hannah Smith, ’21, Direction for her Future" (2020). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 8.