The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) provides resources for faculty and staff with questions about undergraduate research.
Why and How to Include Undergraduates in Your Research
In addition to the benefits for students of working with faculty on research, there are a variety of benefits for faculty of becoming a mentor for an undergraduate researcher.
You may also wish to learn more about the possible models for faculty mentorship of undergraduates. To help you make the most out of your mentorship experience, we provide resources on best practices in undergraduate mentoring.
Course Credit for Undergraduate Research
Faculty and academic advisors can access information about how students can earn course credit for engaging in undergraduate research.
Finding an Undergraduate Researcher
Faculty who want to know more about finding student assistants can refer to our guide for using EUREKA, UT’s online database of undergraduate research opportunities.
Arranging a Research Workshop
Contact the Office of Undergraduate Research if you would like to bring a student research workshop to your class, First-year Interest Group, or student group. We can tailor our information and materials to your students’ needs and levels of experience.
Sample presentation topics
- Undergraduate Research at UT: An Overview
What is undergraduate research? Why participate? How do I get started?
- Steps to Getting Involved in Undergraduate Research
Information about campus undergraduate research resources, identifying and contacting faculty, and faculty expectations.
- Preparing Your Presentation
How to create a poster and oral presentation.