Undergraduate Research

Undergraduate Research

SMU Undergraduate Research offers students the ability to gain experience in a campus lab, to collaborate with a research group locally or globally, and to develop as a young researcher.

Students have opportunities for professional development and access to publish their work in the SMU Journal of Undergraduate Research.

Who's it for?

For the student who seeks answers and wants to discover those answers under the guidance of a professor, a scientist, a clinician or other expert in the field. There are programs for freshmen through seniors, and open to all disciplines.

NEWS FLASH!
Research Day is coming up on March 26th!! Come and see undergraduate research students present their research and creative works and eat some good food! If you're presenting, click the link on the right to confirm your participation.

Then, on March 27 and 28, check out the graduate presentations!

Research Day

SMU undergraduate students are invited to present their research and creative works during Research Day on March 26th. The Office of Engaged Learning is hosting an Undergraduate Poster/Demo session on March 26 from 3-6pm in the Hughes-Trigg Ballroom. This will be a fun opportunity to have some food, see what other students are doing across campus, and mingle with friends, faculty, and professionals from the Dallas community.

Afterwards, check out the graduate presentations on March 27 and 28! 

 

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Undergraduate Research Assistantships

Experience part-time research and faculty mentorship during the Academic Year.

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Summer Research Assistantships

Take your part-time, or full-time, if you choose, research beyond the Academic Year and into the summer, and dive deeper into your research project.

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UGR Calendar 2018-2019

Mar 26 Research Days: EL Undergraduate Poster/Demo Session
3 - 6pm
HT Ballroom
Mar 27 Research Days: Graduate Poster Session
2pm
HT Ballroom
Mar 28
Research Days: Graduate 3-Minute Thesis
9am
HT Ballroom
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Looking for more workshops? Check out the Library's Research Workshops! Don't forget to register in order to attend!