Yes! Class projects are excellent candidates for the Undergraduate Research Conference. Any assignment that involved exploring a question with research—like papers, research proposals, lab reports, literature reviews, and class research projects—are fair game. Are you kind of proud of the work you did toward a class research assignment? Submit a proposal to the URC!
Participate in the URC
If you're hoping to conduct research independent of regular class assignments, consider applying to be a Summer Scholar! W Summer Scholars is a scholarship opportunity to pursue research with a faculty mentor for course credit in the summer. Participants receive funding for tuition, housing, and meals for 5 or 10 weeks. For more about Summer Scholars or to apply, click below
Talk to your advisor, or contact the Coordinator of Undergraduate Research to connect you to opportunities happening on and off campus. You can also look at our list of ongoing opportunities.
If you would like to fund your research or travel to a conference to present your research, talk to the Coordinator of Undergraduate Research to find financial support.
Yes! Look at our list of opportunities to find research within your major or outside of your major!
We have compiled several sources that can highlight your research, many of which are conferences and publications on our campus. You can also participate in the W's Undergraduate Research Conference, held in the spring.
Undergraduate Research Conference