Center for Undergraduate Research

 

Please join VP for Research Dr. Gordon Cannon and the Center for Undergraduate Research in congratulating the 2013 Fall Eagle SPUR winners!

Potter's handsThe USM Center for Undergraduate Research was established in October 2011. The overall mission of the center is to enhance the undergraduate experience by promoting and supporting student-faculty collaborations in research, creative projects and scholarship.

The center will provide organizational services for on-going undergraduate research activities and encourage additional collaborations by promoting student research opportunities. Involvement in research has been shown to enhance the educational experience for undergraduates and the center will provide additional organization and visibility to our undergraduate research activities.  Having a Center for Undergraduate Research will improve the climate for academic success for our students.  Through active participation in faculty-mentored research, USM undergraduates will improve as creative and critical thinkers. 

Fall 2013 Eagle SPUR Recipient  - Kray ScullyFaculty interested in mentoring and collaborating with students are encouraged to affiliate with the center by providing information on student research opportunities. To affiliate with the center, follow this link.

Students interested in working with their mentors and collaborating on research, creative or scholarly projects are encouraged to apply for the Eagle Scholars Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR). 

EMAIL COMPLETED 2014 EAGLE SPUR APPLICATIONS TO CUR@USM.EDU

FAQ Eagle SPUR Program

Guidelines for applying to the Eagle Spur Program

Apply NOW to the Eagle SPUR 2014 Spring Competition

Eagle SPUR Mentor Application


Undergraduate Symposium on Research and Creative Activity - April 11 - 12, 2014