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Undergraduate Research

Having a sense of pride in majoring within a College that houses such accomplished professors is great, but the real advantage to you is the opportunity to get involved in that research. Each year, hundreds of undergraduates engage in original research, working closely with the faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and Ph.D. students.

Whether it's traveling to Antarctica with Mathematics Professor Kenneth Golden to study sea ice, synthesizing new molecules to combat cancer with Chemistry Professor Matthew Sigman, investigating the very mechanisms of thought with Biology Professor Erik Jorgensen, or analyzing data directly from the Hubble Space Telescope with Physics & Astronomy Professor Inese Ivans, undergraduate research is one of the most rewarding signature experiences for students at the university.

Current Opportunities

Check out the following links for more information on how to get involved in undergraduate research:

Last Updated: 9/27/16