Want to help spread the word about the advantages of undergraduate research at USF? Become an OUR student Volunteer! Students currently engaged in an undergraduate research experience are highly encouraged to apply.
Volunteer opportunities include assisting at the annual Undergraduate Research and Arts Colloquium, participating in student panel discussions, attending WOW and Orientation events and many other exciting opportunities.
Note: Volunteering with the OUR is NOT equivalent to participating in an undergraduate research experience. For questions regarding volunteer opportunities with the OUR contact Lisa Piazza
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Below you will find a listing of additional student opportunities including volunteer, funding and other programs contact the OUR »
Global Citizen Program The Global Citizens Project is a university-wide initiative aimed at preparing you to succeed in today’s interconnected world. Being a global citizen means that you are flexible, knowledgeable about the world, collaborative, and with strong leadership skills. Employers and graduate schools seek these qualities in their candidates. The Global Citizens Project will help you develop these qualities.
Community Scholars Fellowship Program The Community Scholars Fellowship program supports undergraduate students conducting research that benefits, and is carried out in partnership with community organizations, nonprofits, or local government agencies.
CUR Registry of Undergraduate Researchers Are you currently engaged in UG research and thinking about attending graduate school? Register with the Council on Undergraduate Research to share your current research experience with graduate schools who are looking for students like you!
Division of Research Integrity & Compliance Want to learn more about the IRB process at USF? Visit the ARC home page for comprehensive information regarding the IRB process, training and lots more.
Golden Key Research Grant Funding available to support travel to present at a meeting. Must be a Golden Key member to apply. Deadline: March 1,2013
USF EcoMentors Program EcoMentors is a full year, credit-bearing program through which students undertake independent environmental research projects working in
partnership with local high school students. For additional info:
Department Contact Information for Undergraduate Research