Welcome to the OURI

 

Interested in learning about Undergraduate Research and Inquiry Opportunities at FAU?   The Office of Undergraduate Research and Inquiry (OURI) serves as a centralized support office for FAU faculty, staff and students who are engaged in undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative activities. We offer university wide programs such as undergraduate research grants, the annual undergraduate research symposium, the undergraduate research journal etc.  Our office provides resources and information for faculty and students to:

 

Get Funded - Apply for grants and stipends to use towards research endeavors such as the Undergraduate Research Grant, travel funding, and other external funding opportunities.

Get Published - Publish research and projects in peer-reviewed journals such as the Florida Atlantic Undergraduate Research Journal (FAURJ)  

Get Recognized - Present discoveries at symposia and conferences both on campus, regionally, and nationally      

Get Prepared - Take research enriched courses, join an academic club, get exposed to ongoing research projects and scholarly activities

Get Involved - Find ways to get involved with research, scholarship and creative activities under the guidance of a faculty mentor

 

 

OURI was established to implement FAU's Quality Enhancement Plan, Distinction through Discovery aimed at expanding a culture of undergraduate research and inquiry.

Latest News

2014-2015 Peer Mentors

We are excited to announce the 2014-2015 cohort of Peer Mentors.  The group consists of 10 undergraduate and graduate students that are representatives of a variety of disciplines, colleges and partner campuses.  Their research interests and bios can be found on the Peer Mentor Webpage.

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Student Spotlight

OURI spotlights the research endeavors of undergraduates on the FAU campuses and on the website who have participated in research or scholarly activities . If you have participated in research and would like to be showcased please submit the application that can be found here.

student spotlight
 Last Modified 7/29/14