Our college and the university offer multiple paths and resources that allow you to explore and be exposed to faculty mentored research and to actively engage in research in both social science and bench science settings.
In general, research is about
Participating in research allows you to apply your coursework, build confidence and develop problem-solving skills, establish mentoring relationships with faculty, and build/strengthen skills that allow you to become more competitive in both the job market and for graduate school admissions.
The following links provide details about undergraduate research programs, funding, information and resources available within the college and university.
The CPHHS Undergraduate Research Awards Program (URAP) will not be offered in 2018-19.
The LIFE Scholars summer research program provides an opportunity for you to work with a Center for Healthy Aging Research faculty member to develop research skills and an understanding of opportunities in science and research.
The Office of URSA (Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and the Arts) facilitates undergraduate engagement in scholarly and creative independent projects mentored by faculty in all disciplines at Oregon State University.
The URSA Engage Program is designed to establish mentoring relationships for undergraduates early in their academic programs at Oregon State University.
Additional undergraduate research resources, programs and events across the university.
The Valley Library Undergraduate Research Awards recognizes and rewards OSU undergraduate students who, through the comprehensive use of the OSU Libraries, demonstrate outstanding research, scholarship, and originality in writing a paper or completing a project
At the Undergrad Research & Writing Studio research and writing consultants are available throughout your process. No appointment needed, just drop in and start working