Current Research Projects at MCC
Below is a list of some of the undergraduate research projects currently being conducted by MCC faculty. They include short-term research designed as in-class or semester projects, ongoing and long-term research projects, and interdisciplinary research projects. Students interested in any of these projects should contact the principle faculty investegator for information and availability.
- Niccole Cerveny, “Rock Art, Weathering and Paintballs” UGR project
- Dennis Wilson, “Small Mammals and Urbanization” UGR project
- Andy Holycross, “Rattlesnakes on the Red Mt. Campus” UGR project
- Bruce Peterson, “ "Circlestone GIS Mapping” UGR project
- Ed Lipinski, “Psychology Class and Psi Beta Reseach” UGR Projects
- Gwen Argersinger, “Interdisciplinary Ecology and Sustainability Course Emphasis” UGR project
- Bruce Peterson and Niccole Cerveny, "Red Mountain Campus GIS Database" UGR project
Faculty: engage yourself and your students in original research, presentations and publications.
Students: contribute to the body of academic knowledge as you participate in original research; develop your inquiry and presentation skills and prepare yourself to transfer to a university research program of study.