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  • Define Undergraduate Research for Yourself

    It's your major, your interest, your creation. It is time to start asking yourself some questions. What do I want to explore?

    Read more about beginning the process >>

  • Be prepared for the unexpected

    Research can grow from other experiences -internships, volunteer work, a class, or travel.

    Read student stories >>

  • So much to do...

    ...I don't know where to start. Here are some ideas to help you find the people and resources at UVM to get you going.

    Where do I get started?

  • Student Research Conference

    Come showcase your research! Each April UVM students present their research in the Davis Center at the SRC. If you have done original work outside the classroom, or as part of a 200-level (or above) course, this conference provides you with the space to share your work with the public. It is also a great place to learn about the fascinating things that student researchers are doing.

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  • Research opportunities may be closer than you think

    Beyond the classroom, many students develop their research skills by assisting faculty or advance those skills by creating their own project.

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  • Come celebrate the work of our students

    All UVM Students performing research or creative projects under the mentorship of a UVM faculty member are encouraged to participate in the UVM Student Research Conference.

    Read more about the conference

  • Real world experience

    The Office of the Chief Medical Examiner provides semester-long and summer, unpaid internships. This is a rare opportunity to explore forensic science as it truly exists, not in the imaginings of tv producers.

    Read more about the internship and apply >>

Office of Undergraduate Research

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About The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR)

The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) offers an array of valuable resources for all UVM undergraduate students promoting mentored research, creative works, and scholarship. The Council on Undergraduate Research defines research as, “An inquiry or investigation conducted by an undergraduate student that makes an original intellectual or creative contribution to the discipline” (www.cur.org). If you are doing original work in your field, then you are doing research and OUR is for you!

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For Students

If you would like to share your experiences or have someone come to your group to talk about undergraduate research resources contact us.

Spring 2016 Events with Undergraduate Research

Check back regularly for any weekly changes to our consult hours and more events!

Student Research Conference:  April 28 from 9am-4pm in the Davis Center

Weekly Quick Consults in The Hub

Wednesdays 10am - 1pm and Thursdays 10am - 4pm