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As Connecticut’s public liberal arts university, Eastern believes that faculty research and creative activity are a fundamental tenet of a liberal arts education. The research and creative scholarship of Eastern’s faculty showcases a variety of talents and interdisciplinary connections that win regional and national awards. The active research and creative programs of Eastern professors involve undergraduate students as an important part of the teaching and learning process. Faculty and students work together on scholarly activities that transfer their curiosity from the classroom to the laboratory, the library, the canvas, the stage, and field sites across the United States and the globe.
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Adams, M. 2012. Changes in protein production in gametes of Chlamydomonas following reintroduction of nitrogen. 15th International Chlamydomonas Conference, Postsdam, Germany.


Cowles, E.  2012. AP Biology Curriculum Introduction Panel Discussion, The College Board. National Association of Biology Teachers Annual Conference, Dallas, TX..


Szczys, P.  2012. A Work in Progress: Juggling meaningful UGR with scholarship, teaching, and life. COPLAC Council of Undergraduate Research Meeting for COPLAC Team Leaders, Wise, VA.


Buck, W. F. (2013, March). STAMP as a Theoretical Framework for Understanding Corporate Moral Failure: A systems approach to corporate social responsibility. Paper presented at teh 2013 STAMP Conference, MIT, Cambridge, MA.