This past summer, Evergreen launched the Summer Undergraduate Research Program (known on campus as SURP). This program provided 13 faculty and student teams the resources to pursue research projects in all manner of disciplines.
Faculty Abir Biswas and Dylan Fischer came together with their research students Mariah Smith and Levi Travis on a project that studies Biogeochemical Cycling and Ecosystem Ecology in the South Sound Prairies. In this multimedia piece, all four talk about the experience of working on a collaborative research project at Evergreen.
Our intern Andrew Jeffers recently had the opportunity to look over shoulders in the Trajectories in Animation, Mathematics, and Physics program. Students have been creating animation devices such as strobotops and flip books. In the process, they’ve been exploring the fundamental laws of physics and mathematics through drawings that come to life.
In this One-Minute Evergreen, program students Corey Coomes, Jackie Argueta, and Jake Hurner discuss how these devices provide a great platform to demonstrate their understanding of concepts as through the medium of animation.
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“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” This is how Environmental Analysis begins its course description. Shauna Bittle followed faculty members Andrew Brabban, Clyde Barlow and Ken Tabbutt as they led their students through Yellowstone National Park–an environment epically rich in both science and artistic beauty.