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Undergraduate Research Expo 2021

Prepare to be amazed!

On Friday April 16, the University of Rochester celebrated the creativity, persistence, and curiosity of our undergraduate student researchers at the annual Undergraduate Research Expo. Our intrepid undergraduate researchers dove into topics ranging from dance to social justice to biochemistry—and everything in between.
For a full listing of events, Award Winners, a message from University President Sarah Mangelsdorf, and links to the Virtual Poster Session and Symposium talks, check out the EXPO 2021 PAGE.
Posters were made public on April 16th and will remain accessible for one year. 

What is Research?

Learn more about what it means to do research as an undergraduate student.

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Fund your Research

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

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Present your Work

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

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About Us

The Office of Undergraduate Research exists to broaden and strengthen the undergraduate research program at the University by striving to increase opportunities for undergraduate research, to lower barriers to undergraduate research, and to promote the recognition of quality undergraduate research and undergraduate research mentoring.

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Research at Rochester

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


Leonor Teles reflects on her myriad of research experiencesRead More

Feature Video

The Journal of Undergraduate Research and the Office of Undergraduate Research hosted an information session on Friday, September 4, 2020 about how to get started in undergraduate research. The session was recorded and is available to view on YouTube. Frequently asked questions from the session can be found below.

Looking for more? Check out our Getting Started guide.

View the Session FAQ

Want more information about undergraduate research? Contact us.