Physics major selected as one of six student research ambassadors
MANHATTAN — The Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry has selected six undergraduate students to serve as the office’s research ambassadors for the fall 2015 semester. One of the ambassadors selected is Benjamin Archibeque, sophomore in physics, Wichita.
The following students were named Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry ambassadors:
The Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry ambassadors — an experienced group of undergraduate students who represent various colleges and diverse research interests — present to classes, student clubs and organizations, and other groups on campus. Throughout their presentations, ambassadors explain the benefits of undergraduate research and creative inquiry, discuss their personal experiences and outline the steps to get involved in undergraduate research at K-State.
Ben works with Dr. Eleanor Sayre in the field of Physics Education Research.
To request an ambassador presentation, submit a presentation request on the Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry website or send an email to Amy Vos at firstname.lastname@example.org. The request should include the class title or group name with a time and date for the presentation.
For more information regarding student ambassadors or the Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry, visit k-state.edu/undergradresearch/.