MCLA held its 20th Undergraduate Research Conference (URC) on April 21st , 2022. After 3 years of hosting this event virtually, we are happy to honor this milestone with a return to in-person programming and celebrate the MCLA undergraduate student researchers from several academic disciplines. The body of work showcase the results of students' hard work in research, scholarly, and creative projects.
Keynote speaker was MCLA alumnae Rose Mastico ’18, who graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in psychology at MCLA, and went on to complete a Masters in Experimental Psychology in Washington State. The Feigenbaum scholars; undergraduate students who complete a substantial research or creative project that supports a life-changing experience, will also be honored at this year's URC.
The URC highlights MCLA's commitment to nurturing a dynamic culture of research: inquiry, exploration, and mentorship and we encourage you to explore the many ways MCLA students are making an impact in their disciplines and communities.