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Access to Undergraduate Research Activities (AURA) Students, are you looking for potential research opportunities? Mentors, are you looking to fill currently available research positions?

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Fund Your Research

Apply for grants, fellowships, and awards to support your undergraduate research efforts.

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Share Your Research

Discover local, regional, and national opportunities to present and publish your investigative and creative work.

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2024 Research Poster Expo

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Celebrating Research Week: Poster Expo

The poster presentations will consist of over 125 research posters from undergraduates representing a distinct disciplinary section of the University: natural sciences, engineering and mathematics, humanities, and social sciences.

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Student Research Corner

Research is happening on campus in all departments—from dance to developmental biology

Want to learn more about what undergraduate researchers at Rochester are doing on campus? Check out our Student Research Corner.

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Upcoming Events

Celebrating Research Week! 

Speakers Symposium: Friday, April 5, 2024
Lightning Talks: Wednesday, April 10, 2024
Poster Presentation Fair: Friday, April 12, 2024

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Research at Rochester

Check out the "Research at Rochester" features in the Campus Times!

Anthropology fellowship supports and collaborates with local community

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Featured News

Biomedical engineering student adjusts an electroencephalography cap on a person

Wired for research

Biomedical engineering student Sophea Urbi Biswas explores how the brain processes speech syntax—and discovers the benefits of conducting research as an undergraduate.

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Unearthing the history of Bermuda’s old capital

Each spring, Rochester undergraduates conduct archaeological fieldwork, unearthing and preserving Bermuda’s rich history.

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Rochester named an REU site for undergraduate semiconductor research

The National Science Foundation has named Rochester as one of six new grant-supported Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) sites.

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Rochester undergraduate Morgan Gillespie.

Political science major examines bias when women run for office

Morgan Gillespie ’23 has produced some striking preliminary findings that show voters use gender cues to form beliefs about which policies a politician supports.

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Library award bolsters undergraduate student research

This year’s winning projects include a closer look at the first female printer in America and an investigation into the connection between race and Kodak color film.

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Fatoumatta Jobe ’23.

English major from The Gambia helps preserve ancient African fables

Fatoumatta Jobe is transcribing in Wolof—and then translating into English—centuries-old stories passed down orally

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