Many UB academic departments and affiliated institutes offer research opportunities for undergraduate students. The research duties and responsibilities as well as type of research (e.g. laboratory versus experimental) can vary. Visit the links below to find research opportunities available on campus.
Some tips to keep in mind as you look for a research opportunity:
Visit CURCA’s Research Opportunity Database to find research opportunities that are currently available to undergraduate students. Be sure to check back often as these are continuously being updated.
Don’t see a project in our database that interests you? Check out departmental websites to learn about UB faculty research interests and find a potential mentor who is engaged in research in which you are interested.
See what other undergraduate students have done in the past. If you find a project that interests you, contact the faculty mentor to see if there are opportunities available for you to become involved in something similar.
Interested in doing research off-campus or over the summer? There are many options available to you as an undergraduate student. Begin to explore these opportunities here.
Last updated: July 14, 2014 12:09 pm EST