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Bangor Daily News runs story on upcoming NURDS undergraduate research symposium

February 27, 2013

The Bangor Daily News on Feb. 26, 2013 ran a story on the fifth annual Northeast Undergraduate Research Development Symposium (NURDS) March 2-3, hosted by UNE at the Biddeford Campus. 

The symposium, originated with funding from the National Science Foundation and now supported by the UNE Provost’s Office, is the largest interdisciplinary undergraduate research conference in northern New England. It is created, organized and run each year by undergraduate students.

Markus Frederich, Ph.D., associate professor in marine sciences and founder and faculty coordinator of NURDS, and Caitlin Tetreau, a history/secondary education major at UNE and one of the NURDS student organizers, are quoted. Read the story.

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