Nearly 50 undergraduates have spent their summer in Pullman conducting full-time work as undergraduate researchers with WSU faculty mentors. They'll be presenting their summer research August 5th at Washington State University as part of the National Science Foundation funded "Research Experience for Undergraduates" (REU), one of the six programs through out the nation. It features local, regional, national and global students. One is from Puerto Rico, another from New York. The research ranges from ceramic engineering to creative writing. The research projects are all vastly different.