This page contains a list of professors who currently have room for undergraduate researchers. Here are the instructions for students to find a faculty member to do research with.
- It is the responsibility of the student to browse through the available projects. Pay attention to the minimum requirements expected by each professor to ensure that you meets their requirements.
Between your application submission and professor meeting:read at least one of the articles on the "Related Literature" for each project of interest. This will prepare you to discuss the relevent research with the professor during the interview. Refer to the "How to Read a Scientific Publication" article, which will assist you in understanding the technical terms.
- Meeting with the faculty researcher: come prepared with the pre-read research article, questions you have for them about their research and the work you may be doing in their lab, what you will be able to contribute to their lab. Be confident!
Once you have found a professor to work with, you can apply to the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) and get paid $1200 your 1st semester, and $600 the following semester.
Meet with our Career Coach - Eric Bloomquist - to get help with the following:
- Resume/CV Review
- Interviewing Help