Undergraduate Students

Undergraduate student collaborators are essential members of the research teams on which they participate. They contribute their knowledge, skills, and insights; their hands-on experience grows by working with graduate students and faculty members on team-based projects.

Due to their busy schedules and multiple commitments—plus their tendency to graduate and move on to careers, additional academic degrees, and adventures—undergraduate students come and go on Collaboratory teams. But they definitely make their mark! Click on highlighted names below to read some of the Collaboratory Stories that our undergraduates have shared.

Documenting Criminalization and Confinement

Grace Bergeron
Charlie Fater

Expanding the Reach of the Global Feminisms Oral History Archive

Abigail Nighswonger, Sociology
Arielle Sturr, International Studies

Making African Art

Evan Binkley, History of Art

Sensing Algorithms
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From Africa to Patagonia: Voices of Displacement

Hallie Banc
Callie Bartkowiak
Colleen Buckley
Ashley Carroll
Christopher “Toph” Clark
Ian Cook
Ella Deaton
Liliana De Leon
Austin Fellows
Mallory Fuller
Libby Garno
Courtney Greifenberger
Katie Hall
Breanne Holton
Ellie Johandes
Kelly Kendro
Lydia Kudret
Claire Laing
Sean Lang
Moiz Mahood
Brysyn McHenry
Sean Moore
Matthew Neubacher
Aditi Priyadershi
Alexandria Sheere
Eliot Sollinger
Annika Topelian
Samantha Tosa
Tony Tran
Sarah Vandiepenbos
Ishan Vashishta
Michael Warde

Book Unbound
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Precarity Lab
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Hyecho’s Journey
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