Office for Honors, Research and International Study
Undergraduate Research Fellowships
The College of Natural Sciences funds and/or administers a number of fellowships for students doing research. We can also help direct you to many outside sources of funding for students engaged in research.
Keep Us Informed
The College of Natural Sciences wants to publicize the amazing work that its students are doing, but there's so much going on that we need your help to keep track of it all. If you know of a student (or if you are a student) who deserves recognition for accomplishments in the areas of scholarship, research and international studies, please fill out this form so that we can give our students their due.
One of the greatest opportunities a major research university can offer its undergraduates is the chance to do front-line research in faculty laboratories. Students who engage in research typically see improvements (relative to students who don't do research) not only in their GPA but in their acceptance rates to PhD, medical and law programs.
The Office for Honors, Research and International Study (OHRIS) is here to help you to find, among the many research opportunities inside and outside the university, the program or lab or organization that best suits your interests and ambitions.
Among the resources we provide are:
Explore this website, and if you have any questions, or just want to talk through how to best integrate research into your busy college schedule, please schedule an appointment with us.