Examples of undergraduate in a Sentence
a group of college undergraduates
Recent Examples of undergraduate from the Web
About 5,600 Chinese undergraduate and graduate students were enrolled at the University of Illinois in the fall 2016 term, according to university data.
An OSU officer since January 2015, Horujko had served as a student safety officer with the OSU police while an undergraduate there.
The positive effect of prayer was measured both in undergraduate, mostly white students in exclusive relationships, as well as African American couples who have been married for many years.
The undergraduates targeted Heather Mac Donald, a Manhattan Institute scholar who often focuses on law enforcement.
For example, undergraduates should not feel comfortable bringing up these data in class discussions unrelated to genetic research; society would gain nothing from their doing so.
Undergraduates: All undergraduate transfers must sit out one year unless their previous school signs a waiver allowing them to play immediately.
International undergraduates at universities like UC and Miami are spending about $200,000 for a degree.
Around 70 of Durham’s undergraduates have already signed up to the module Harry Potter and the Age of Illusion, which will be offered for the first time this autumn as part of the university’s Education Studies BA degree.
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