What is Undergraduate Research?
Undergraduate research (UGR) is broadly defined as original research and scholarly or creative work within or across academic disciplines that is conducted by an undergraduate student or team of students, usually with guidance from a faculty or external mentor. It is a process of careful inquiry, methodology and outcomes leading to the discovery of new information or the generation of creative works.
The Office of Undergraduate Research is a resource for the support and promotion of undergraduate learning and faculty/student collaboration through research and creative experiences and the dissemination of research, scholarly, and creative outcomes.
Office for Undergraduate Research
Baxley Hall 223A
Director of Undergraduate Research