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Research Sprints: One Week, One Project

After reviewing a number of competitive proposals, KU Libraries is excited to announce the three recipients of 2017 Research Sprints! 

  • Abbey Dvorak, assistant professor, School of Music
  • Robert Unckless, assistant professor; Joanne Chapman, postdoctoral researcher; and Sarah R.W. Mullinax, graduate student, the Department of Molecular Biosciences
  • Peter Bobkowski, assistant professor, School of Journalism and Mass Communications

Please join us 11 am Fri., May 19 in Watson 3 West to hear the Research Sprint recipients and their teams share the products of their work. 

Research Sprints offer faculty the chance to to work intensively with a team of librarians for one week on a project. Whether creating a new course, applying for a research grant, or tackling a chunk of your latest research project, Research Sprints is a quick way for you to accomplish your goals.


Research Sprint Information


Karna Younger
Faculty Engagement Librarian
The University of Kansas Libraries


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