GDRRC Undergraduate Research Fellows

In 2016, UNT Undergraduate Research Fellowship opportunities were established by the President, Provost, Vice President for Finance and Administration, and the Vice President for Research and Innovation to reward students for their efforts in engaging in faculty-mentored research and beyond-the-classroom projects. Students must apply and be accepted to the program and commit to the 9-month research and presentation process, culminating in participation and presentation of their work at the Honors College Scholars Day event in April 2021. Throughout the process, students learn research methodology from their faculty mentors, preparing them for rewarding careers and developing their teamwork, critical thinking and communication skills.

   

 

Four Digital Retailing and Merchandising majors applied in 2020 and were accepted under the Global Digital Retailing Research center, with Dr. Judith Forney, Dr. Dee Knight and Linda Mihalick serving as their faculty mentors. The 2020-2021 Global Digital Retailing Research Center Undergraduate Research Fellows are Mei May Chen, Kaitlyn, Sifford, Marissa Lynch and Alisa Torrence. The team is focusing their research on Modes of Digital Engagement in the Path to Purchase. During this pandemic year, all of their work, research and mentoring are occurring virtually.

Mei May Chen     
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Kaitlyn Sifford
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Alisa Torrence
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Marissa Lynch
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Three Digital Retailing majors applied in 2019 and were accepted under the Global Digital Retailing Research center, with Dr. Judith Forney and Linda Mihalick serving as their faculty mentors. The 2019-2020 Global Digital Retailing Research Center Undergraduate Research Fellows are My Nguyen, Rina Alshear and Molly Scafidi.

 

My Nguyen     
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Rina Alshear
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Molly Scafidi
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