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Myths About Doing Disciplinary Research: The Value of Working Across Disciplines

April 9

12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Jacqueline Eaton, PhD, Assistant Professor, Gerontology Interdisciplinary Program, College of Nursing
Gretchen Case, PhD, MA, Associate Professor, Chief, Program in Medical Ethics and Humanities, School of Medicine

Is research in STEM fields inherently different from research in the humanities, arts, and social sciences? During this session we will explore the shared features of research across disciplines and the value of interdisciplinary work. This session would benefit students in any field who are interested in bridging the disciplinary divide either to do interdisciplinary work or to understand more about how these myths inform our understanding of the broader research culture.

The Undergraduate Research Education Series is open to all and is designed specifically with undergraduate students in mind. For a full list of events, please visit:

Organizer: Office of Undergraduate Research

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