Kirmser Undergraduate Research Award

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Kirmser Undergraduate Research Award


The Kirmser Undergraduate Research Award recognizes and promotes outstanding scholarship among K-State's undergraduate students. Awards are given to winners in the freshman individual, non-freshman individual, and group project categories. Research projects must have been completed as a requirement for a K-State course. They may encompass any academic topic. Applications are evaluated based on the use of library resources.

2017 Award Winners:

2017 Honorable Mentions

Featured Items

  • Palacios, Karen (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, )
    Despite an increase in the number of Hispanics immigrating to the United States since the 1990s, the rate pursuing higher education is significantly less than the White population. Research on the race/ethnic gap in college ...
  • Richards, Megan; Brungardt, Kaley; Schuette, Kendra (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, )
    Lab on a chip devices are currently being studied to aid in blood based diagnostic assaytests for personalized medicine applications. These biosensors are appealingdue to their low cost, simplicity of use, and quick feedback ...
  • Webb, Caitlyn; Knutson, Connor; Gamble, Tia (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, )
    Our research team elected to analyze the profitability and marketability of expanding First Watch Daytime Café to Manhattan, Kansas, through market, competitive, and growth analyses. The market analysis utilizes primary ...
  • Reichenberger, Amanda (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, )
    This study tested the influence of competition and risk aversion on risk-involved investment decisions. The primary base for research lay within message framing and prospect theory. Participants took 1 of 4 different ...
  • Brase, Emma (Kansas State University. K-State Libraries, )
    Visual neglect is a cognitive condition that results from right posterior parietal hemisphere brain damage due to stroke, which usually causes perception deficits on the left side of space. Neglect related symptoms can ...

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