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MOP
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niors would want from a research
ogram," Gregerman said.
"Often, the things that juniors and
niors are seeking from a research pro-
am are not the same things that
unger students seek," Gregerman said.
irst-and-second-year students often are
t really sure of their majors and are still
to get a feel for what they want to
Students participating in UROP also
id they are optimistic about the pro-
GRESTLI NG
ntnued from Page 1

gram's expansion.
"I think the junior/senior program is
a good thing. I've actually applied for
it myself," said LSA sophomore
Andrea Hackert, who is working at
Mott Children's Hospital, researching
the affects of anti-hypertensive drugs.
"UROP is a very unique experience,"
Hackert said. "Expanding the program
to juniors and seniors will allow stu-
dents to continue doing research with
faculty they've already established rela-
tionships with."
Hackert cited several advantages of
being involved in the junior/senior pro-

gram.
"Another really appealing thing
about the junior/senior program is the
fact that you can do an honor's thesis
and have the research count toward
your credit," she said.
While Hackert said she felt that the
new pilot program is beneficial overall,
she did see a potential downfall to it's
introduction.
"The only problem would be that (t)!
could potentially take away projects
from freshmen and sophomores, since
some professors might want to take
older students who have had more

classes in a particular field," Hackert
said. "Hopefully, they will set some
guidelines for who gets what project."
Several UROP advisers said that
while problems with the new program
are inevitable, it is still too early to iden-
tify its drawbacks.
"The program is still in the mak-
ing, so it's still hard to say what the
problems are going to be," said bio-
medical peer adviser Tanya Drosis.
"But I definitely think that expand-
ing the program will encourage
more students to participate in
research."

HOP WOOD
Continued from Page 1
now nearly 70 years old, have, I believe,
fulfilled their original mandate: the sup-
port of young talent," said English Prof.
Nicholas Delbanco, who presented the
awards. "It's not merely the money; it's
also the idea of promise rewarded and an
on-going life in the arts."
Award recipients and other specta-
tors were treated to several readings by

Fiction Award recipient, said the award
validates her choice to transfer out of
the College of Engineering.
"I love to write. I was kind of
unsure about quitting Engineering,"
Bat nes said. "Winning this award is a
good signal that I made the right deci-
sion."
Regina's mother, Gail Davis Barnes,
said she appreciates the significance of
the award her daughter received.
"I'm just really proud of her. This
award solidifies

noted author Grace

season.

Included in the newly initiated programs has been

Paley. 1
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ight classes.
"We don't have to jump weight at all and now we can
neentrate just on wrestling,"Logan said. "We are doing
s the right way, and that's what it's all about because
kes our sport better"
Associate surgery Prof. Stephen Papadopoulos, a
ember of the Board in Control of Intercollegiate
hletics, said permanent weight monitoring and edu-
tiorial components are likely to be in place by next

"We're trying to implement the program and under- closer interaction between athletes and members of
stand the mechanics of making it work," the medical community, such as nutritionists and
Papadopoulos said. "We do have a framework of how trainers. Papadopoulos said that regardless of whether
we think the program will work, but it's too early to the Athletic Department hires more personnel or uti-
have concrete results and determine long-term solu- lizes outside assistance, greater emphasis will be
tions." placed on the health of athletes.
Papadopoulos said the University's wrestling task "Yes, there is going to be some major effort and per-
force plans to meet within the coming two weeks to sonnel in the area of nutrition and diet and health,"
reflect on the new weight assessment and monitoring Papadopoulos said.
practices. The group will then update the board at its - Daily Staff Reporter Jordan Field contributed to
Feb. 12 meeting. this report.

from the
when she
r of her

my life"

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short stories.
"I love doing a
reading like this," Paley said. "What's
great is how many awards are being
given out."
Many students said choosing a writ-
ing career means earning a precarious
living. The Hopwood awards serve to
hearten and calm the qualms of future
writers.
"Since I want to be a writer, these
awards are a good encouragement,"
said LSA sophomore Joelle Renstrom,
recipient of a $450 Hopwood
Underclassmen Poetry Award.
"Winning this makes it easier because I
know it's going to be more difficult
from now on. I want to be a creative
writer, which probably means I'll be a
waitress"
Engineering sophomore Regina
Barnes, a Hopwood Underclassmen

her decision to
switch from
Engineering to
English. This is a
really meaningful
ceremony," said
the elder Barnes.
The parents of
LSA sophomore
winner of a $350

-Matthew Drake
LSA sophomore
Matthew Drake,

Hopwood Underclassmen Poetry
Award, said they were equally
impressed with their child's achieve-
ment.
"We're so proud of Matt," said
University alumnus David Drake,
Matthew's father. "From his experi-
ence, I know these awards are very
encouraging. Writing is quite a passion.
I think it represents a lot more work
than people realize"
Regardless of the monetary rewards,
award recipients said they intend to
continue writing prolifically.
"I'm just absolutely thrilled,"
Matthew Drake said. "It really helps
when you're an artist to have a means to
persist. I'm hoping to write throughout
my life."

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