The Undergraduate Research program, powered by the Office of Engaged Learning, facilitates:
Check out all the undergraduate research opportunities on campus!
Undergraduate Research Assistant applications for Fall 2019 are open!
Research and Funding Programs
Check out the diverse undergraduate research programs and funding opportunities available on campus!
Experience part-time research and faculty mentorship during the Academic Year. (Administered by the Office of Engaged Learning)
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. (Administered by the Office of Engaged Learning)
Engage in capstone-level scholarly research, community service or civic engagement, professional internship, or other creative project that moves learning beyond the classroom. (Administered by the Office of Engaged Learning)
Collaborate with top faculty researchers and contribute to the creation of cutting-edge knowledge in significant and meaningful ways. Faculty/student teams carry out primary research for one semester or up to one year. (Administered by the Dedman College Interdisciplinary Institute)
Conduct a substantial research project that combines and integrates the perspectives of your major(s)/minor(s) under the guidance of two faculty mentors. (Administered by the Dedman College Interdisciplinary Institute)
Through faculty mentoring, undergraduate research, and academic support services, you will be prepared and engaged academically and receive postgraduate counseling and opportunities. (Administered by the SMU College Access Programs)
Honors students to conduct independent research projects on topics of international dimensions or multicultural projects within the United States under the guidance of a faculty mentor. Eligibility: Second and Third-year SMU students enrolled in the University Honors Program in the Liberal Arts. (Administered by the University Honors Program)
Pursue collaborative work in politics and government and work closely with faculty to develop research projects to be published in the Dialogue. (Administered by the Tower Center)
An annual award for the demonstration of depth and breadth in the use of library research materials and clear evidence of thoughtful command of these resources in undergraduate research papers. (Administered by SMU Libraries)
Location: Clements G11, 4pm
Owen Arts Center, 4-6pm