Office of Undergraduate Research Programs
Office of Undergraduate Research supports a number of undergraduate research programs under the direction of Associate Provost for Undergraduate Education, Ron Braeutigam. These programs are open to students across the University whereas many other programs are restricted by school affiliation or major.
- Academic Year Undergraduate Research Grants (Academic Year URG): funding independent student research during the academic year
- Summer Undergraduate Research Grants (Summer URG): funding independent student research during the summer
- Conference Travel Grants (CTG): funding for students presenting at conferences/meetings
- Undergraduate Language Grants (ULG): funding intensive summer language study
- Circumnavigators Travel-Study Grant: $9,000 to support an around-the-world travel-study project during the summer between junior and senior year.
- Undergraduate Research Assistant Program (URAP): a program funding research assistants to work on faculty research projects
- Humanities Research Workshops (HRW): a program designed to help students in the humantiies and creative arts learn to get involved in research in their fields
The Office of Undergraduate Research runs the annual Undergraduate Research and Arts Exposition, which includes poster and panel presentations, as well as a Creative Arts Festival. This event showcases the amazing research and creative endeavors done by undergraduates and takes place every spring.
The Office of Undergraduate Research holds information sessions on these various grant programs. Check out our calendar for details.
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