Students stand before a large projection screen, speaking into microphones, while judges at long table look on Students present their work to judges at the Duke Energy/CBE Inter-University Case Competition, managed by the Center for Business Excellence at the Farmer School of Business

Office of Research for Undergraduates

Oct 12, 2015 Undergraduate Research Deadlines URA and DUOS

Undergraduate Research Application Deadlines Oct 12, 2015
Talk with a Faculty Member about getting involved in research

Undergraduate Research Award Program
Online Application Deadline 5 pm October 12, 2015

DUOS Doctoral Undergraduate Opportunities for Scholarship
Online Application Deadline 5 pm October 12, 2015

Office of Research for Undergraduates
King Library Suite 122

Miami student researchers craft their own understanding of the value of inquiry-based learning. Every Miami program has opportunities for students to excel through research experiences. Students learn the research process involves systematic investigations to establish novel facts, solve new or existing problems, explore new creative ideas, or develop new theories. Miami students do not have to be a science major to participate in undergraduate research. Students get involved in undergraduate research in the math, engineering, business, humanities, education, fine and performing arts, and health, education and social sciences. A variety of student research stories are highlighted on departmental websites.

By participating in undergraduate research, students gain experience and skills valued by employers, graduate schools and medical schools. Miami is nationally recognized by U.S.News & World Report for its "unusually strong commitment to undergraduate teaching." Getting involved in research allows students to build meaningful relationships with our dedicated Miami faculty outside of the traditional classroom setting. Our model of engaged inquiry encourages critical thinking and peer-assisted learning to provide students with personal, educational, and professional growth.