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Sept. 29, 2011 Volume 33, No. 6

Pizza and Projects

Mizzou Advantage Undergraduate Research Teams create interdisciplinary working groups comprised of faculty mentors and undergraduate students around a problem- based research project.

At this week’s Pizza and Projects seminar, faculty mentor and English professor Elizabeth Chang will discuss The Life of the Garden: Exploring the Maturation of Gardens from Literary & Botanical Perspectives project at noon today in the Gwynn Hall lounge.

Members of the Studying Social Computing for Healthcare Organizations team will also explain how hospitals utilize social computing platforms to keep existing patients informed, generate interest in health topics and attract new customers. 

Mizzou Advantage focuses on five strategic areas — Sustainable Energy; Managing Innovation; Media of the Future; Food for the Future; and One Health, One Medicine — to increase MU’s visibility and stature in higher education.

Pizza will be served on a first come first serve basis. For more informational on future Pizza and Projects events, contact LeAnne Stewart, at