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Research Opportunities

There are plenty of ways to get involved with undergraduate research.

From researching with an Auburn professor to engaging in a summer research fellowship, Auburn students have many opportunities to get involved with undergraduate research. Check them out below.

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Undergraduate Research Fellowship

The Undergraduate Research Fellowship program is open to all Auburn University undergraduate students. The program offers competitive research fellowships that include a stipend and can range from one semester to a year long.

Click here for more information.

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Undergraduate Research at Auburn

Any undergraduate student can participate in research at Auburn University. Opportunities include taking a research class, writing a thesis, assisting on a research project, or undertaking an independent study.

Click here for more information.

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External Research

External research opportunities offer students a chance to work at other universities, academic research sites, or federal and state facilities. Competitive fellowships and scholarships are available, and many programs include funding opportunities.

Find an external undergraduate research opportunity.

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Student Symposium

The Office of Undergraduate Research and the Graduate School host the annual student research symposium. Students can present original research or creative scholarship.

Learn more here.

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Undergrduate Research Ambassadors

The Undergraduate Research Ambassadors are undergraduate researchers who have a passion for growing undergraduate research in their major and school. If you're interested in undergraduate research, reach out to the peer ambassador in your school!

Find a peer ambassador here.

Last Updated: September 04, 2015