Dickinson Lab

Undergraduate projects

Undergraduate research projects (2nd Year Research Opportunity Projects, 4th Year Projects) have been a valuable way for undergraduates to gain experience doing research and presenting it to others. Likewise, these projects have been an opportunity for a supervisor like myself to try out various ideas, half-baked or otherwise.

Some of the most interesting projects that students have done with me are outlined below; two posters from the most recent of these is shown here (upper photo © 2002 T. A. Dickinson; lower photo © 2002 R. Dickinson).

299Y Research fair
Botany 2002, Madison WI

| Rosaceae evolution | Crataegus systematics | Morphometrics and numerical taxonomy | Comparative morphology |

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