Deadline: Fall 2015
Dr. Rindy Anderson is looking for motivated students who are excited about field research to help in her research project, Behavioral Ecology and Acoustic Communication in Bachman’s Sparrow. If interested in this project, please email Dr. Anderson email@example.com describing why you are interested and what you hope to gain by being a part of it, include your major, any animal biology courses you have taken, GPA and your availability for Fall 2015 and Spring and Summer 2016.
Undergraduate Research and Inquiry
We are very excited that you are interested in ways to get involved in undergraduate research and inquiry. Below is a list of opportunities for you to consider. Many of these opportunities will afford you the chance to work closely with other students, graduate students, and faculty members. Please take a look at the opportunities that are available to you.
Research and Inquiry Opportunities - here is a comprehensive list of local, state-wide, and national opportunities of which OURI has been made aware.
Fund your Research
- apply for grants and stipends to use towards research endeavors such as the Undergraduate Research Grant, travel funding, and other campus-wide opportunities.
Present your findings - present discoveries at symposia and conferences both on campus, regionally, and nationally
Publish your work - publish research and projects in peer-reviewed journals at FAU such as the Undergraduate Research Journal.
The Undergrad’s Guide to Online Research from BestColleges.com, provides great information on the following topics:
- Evaluating Academic Sources
- Tools to Organize Your Research
- Using Search Engine Operators
- Accessing Scholarly Databases
- Open Access Journal Indexes
- Properly Citing Academic Sources
Benefits Of Participating In Undergraduate Research
For all upcoming opportunities sponsored by OURI please go to the Calendar of Events