Health Informatics—MS

Undergraduate Research

Sign Up for Volunteer Work or Employment

Undergraduate students are encouraged to identify faculty members with shared research interests, and then collaborate on research projects. Volunteer work, short- and long-term employment, and research credit  all provide valuable experience—and opportunities for professional and academic growth. Positions are variable, depending on the needs of faculty members and the availability of funding.

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Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships

Students are encouraged to apply to the Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program, which offers summer fellowships for paid work on undergraduate research projects. Undergraduates conduct research with faculty members for approximately 10 weeks. The program is sponsored by the Office of the Vice President for Research and the Pavlis Honors College

[Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships]