Undergraduate research takes place in our backyard as well as all over the world. University of Rochester faculty and students study funerary architecture in Mount Hope Cemetery, cancerous tumors in Medical Center labs, details of neutrino beams near Tokyo, Dante’s haunts in Italy, and public health in Denmark, to name only a few examples.
Finding a research opportunity is much like finding a college: there are many options available to you, but it takes some time and active investigation to find what's going to be a good fit for you. Use the links in the side menu to explore department websites, search summer opportunities, and make use of on-campus support resources.
- Check out our getting started guide to help you with your research search and faculty outreach
- See our student spotlights for examples of recent undergraduate research projects.
If you are interested in experiential education, but are uncertain of whether research is right for you, take a look at what's going on through some other offices on campus: