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Skip to contentOffice of Undergraduate ResearchMenu Close Search Start HereFind Your Discipline and InterestsFinding a MentorDepartment & Program Pathways into ResearchResearch AmbassadorsSeek Funding & ProgramsAcademic Year Undergraduate Research Award (AYURA)Conference Travel AwardBioSURF ProgramSummer Undergraduate Research Award (SURA)Living Earth Collaborative (LEC) Summer Undergraduate Research Award (SURA)Pulitzer Center Reporting FellowshipResearch for Academic Credit or Pay Research OpportunitiesShare Your ResearchOUR SymposiumOUR PublicationsContact UsStudent ResourcesSupport Undergraduate ResearchLet your curiosity lead the way:Apply TodayHomeAbout OURUpcoming EventsRecent NewsSupport OUR Arts & Sciences Graduate Studies in A&SGetting Started Has a professor sparked your interest in a topic during a course? Is there a project or an area of research that you have been excited to explore? Wondering where to start?  The key to getting started in research is finding a subject you are passionate about and making connections with faculty who share that interest. Get to know professors, teaching assistants, and upperclassmen in your classes or in any department and find out what kind of research they are doing. Take advantage of what's going on around you. The university is full of lectures and colloquia every week. You never know what topic might spark your interest! If you are looking for an existing research opportunity, thinking about designing a research project of your own, or just wondering whether or not research is for you, the Office of Undergraduate Research is a good place to start.  Research ProcessExplore Your Discipline and InterestsThe most important ingredient in a successful research project is the passion of the researcher: What is it that makes YOU want to learn more? Explore research methodologies and timelines across academic disciplines. Learn More Department and Program Pathways into ResearchDepartmental faculty, staff, and curricular opportunities are essential resources for finding your pathway into research.Learn MoreFind a MentorBecause undergraduate research is, by definition, faculty mentored, students will need to spend a significant period of time finding a mentor and establishing a relationship before beginning a research project and well in advance of applying for a research funding award. Learn More Undergraduate Research Funds and ProgramsThe Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) helps fund students undertaking research projects over the summer and keeps listings of other summer programs both at WashU and programs and funding sources outside of WashU. Learn More Getting Started FAQFind answers to frequently asked questions by undergraduates interested in getting started in researchMake an Appointment with the OUR It is never too early or too late to consult with OUR StaffUpcoming OUR events Check out opportunities to connect with OUR Staff and other undergraduate researchersQuick LinksResourcesEventsOur PeopleAdditional information Arts & Sciences Graduate Studies in A&SCopyright 2024 by:Arts & Sciences at Washington University in St. LouisFollow Us Instagram Facebook Twitter YouTube Contact Us: Office of Undergraduate Research [email protected] Visit the main Washington University in St. Louis website1 Brookings Drive / St. Louis, MO 63130 /

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