Student Research

Student Research Opportunities

Although faculty may not have specific student research positions open, most faculty are almost always willing to take on undergraduate students who are enthusiastic, sharp, and have a strong work ethic. Student research positions range from working with a graduate student on their research project to taking on a specific line of research within a larger research project. Research experience is a great resume builder and may boost your chances at scholarships, graduate school, or career positions.   

If you are interested in being involved in a faculty research program compose a formal well-written email to the respective faculty member outlining the following:

  • Why you are interested in the faculty members research project or area of interest
  • If the faculty member does not have a current specific research project that interests you, propose a project idea to discuss with them
  • Why are you qualified to participate in a research project or to take on your own research project
  • State your time and availability to commit to the research project


Faculty Research Programs 

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Student Research Profiles

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Undergraduate Research, Innovation, Scholarship & Creativity (URISC)

The Undergraduate Research, Innovation, Scholarship and Creativity (URISC) program is designed to create opportunities for students (herein called Student Co-PI) to advance their professional career and personal goals by engaging in service and creative activities with our diverse faculty (herein called Faculty PIs). The URISC program provides resources to students to better enable them to work with artists, engineers, scientists, public policy specialists, humanists, health experts, or any of a wide range of other professionals. Click here for more information on how to participate.