Participating in undergraduate research is a way to stand out from the crowd and make the most of the college experience. Students majoring in one of the science programs in the College of EMS (chemistry or microsystems and nanomaterials) are required to register for one credit of research as part of their degree. The faculty associated with these programs maintain active, state-of-the-art laboratories, and many students choose to participate in research beyond the minimum requirements. Students who complete undergraduate research projects have the opportunity to present their findings on campus and also regionally or nationally.
Learn more about research opportunities on campus through the following links: