About the talks
The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Connection (UROC) offers research and professional development opportunities in the Department of Geography.
These opportunities allow undergraduate students to gain valuable research experience and technical skills through collaboration on projects within the department and supervised by faculty and/or graduate students, as well as 1-3 credit hours to apply towards graduation. This is a valuable resume-building experience for undergraduate students and can be beneficial for both future employment and graduate school.
- Anqi Li, Rongkai Zhong, Ziwen Tan: "Solar Development in the Mid-Atlantic"
- Ben Maus: "Development of 250-m grid scale dataset of nitrogen inputs across the contiguous U.S.:
Using Pennsylvania as a case study"
- Hannah Perrelli: "Urban Flooding in India"
- Ishaan Anavkar, Jackie McKeon: "Pittsburgh Hill District Digital Learning Tool"
- Mya Hagans: "Investigating the effects of prescribed fires on the Pennsylvania tick population"
- Nelson Huffaker: "Characterizing the suburbs: A literature review on transportation and an evolving environment"
- Noah Rogers: "If Trees Could Talk: Vegetation Dynamics Research in Lassen Volcanic National Park"