Center for Meeting Effectiveness (CME)
CME Undergraduate Research Opportunities
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There are many opportunities to get involved with CME as an undergraduate researcher. The best way to build research skills is to do research! In CME, undergraduates contribute to on-going projects, but they also have the opportunity to lead and manage their own project through UNO’s FUSE funding. Below is a list of undergraduates in CME who earned funding for their own projects.
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|Johanna Jones||Counterproductive behaviors||2015||$2,500|
|Jessa Gaspers||Humor in meetings||2016||$2,500|
|Kathleen Stibbs||Excuses for meeting lateness||2017||$2,500|
|Molly Grant-Leanna||Meeting orientation||2017||$2,500|
|Kyla Miller||Implicit meeting theory||2018||$2,500|
|Total Undergraduate Funding||$12,500|