Maddie Armstrong (left), Undergraduate Research Club (URC) Vice President, and Jordana Dahmen (right), URC President, received the President’s Award for Leadership from Washington State University.
The Center for Civic Engagement and Student Involvement partners with Cougs LEAD (Leadership and Engagement Awards of Distinction) to present this award. The award is given to students who show exceptional leadership and service to the university and community.
MEDIA: Shelley Pressley, Director of the Office of Undergraduate Research, WSU Undergraduate Education, 509-335-5443, email@example.com
Emma Epperly, Communications and Marketing Junior Assistant, WSU Undergraduate Education, 509-335-9458, UCHCCommMar.firstname.lastname@example.org
By Emma Epperly
PULLMAN, Wash.—Are you interested in studying DNA, examining the origins of a social issue, or composing a symphony with a faculty mentor? Washington State University’s newest registered student organization (RSO) is for you. It’s called, simply, the Undergraduate Research Club (URC) and it already has 20 members from several majors across campus.