Examples of undergraduate in a Sentence
a group of college undergraduates
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As both students and employees, graduate students can be busier and less involved in communities outside of their department than undergraduates.
In 2013, UC Davis launched the 2020 Initiative, a plan to add 5,000 new undergraduates by 2020.
Every high-school and undergraduate biology student has heard of Francis Crick and James Watson, the Nobel Prize–winning discoverers of the structure of DNA.
Tom Kuntz, chairman of the Board of Governors, noted universities are retaining second-year undergraduates at a rate of 86 percent, which is a 9 percent improvement since the 2005-2006 academic year, with the board's goal set at 90 percent by 2025.
Among the highlights of the report: Of the 20.2 million total college students in 2016, approximately 17.3 million were undergraduates.
Alana Giarrano, an undergraduate, appeared with a box containing milk thistle, St. John’s wort, stinging nettle and a plant with a fuzzy pink shock of a flower, like a tiny mohawk, called dwarf coral, or celosia.
He was recruited for the program while an undergraduate at Morgan State University studying political science.
After applying for a job sweeping up at a local radio station, he was hired as a weekend disc jockey for $1 an hour while an undergraduate at Central Michigan.
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