Venture - Undergraduate Research Database

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Undergraduate Research Office Staff

Undergraduate Research Graduate Assistants
email: ugrsrch@msu.edu
phone: 517-884-4384

Korine Wawrzynski, Ph.D.
Assistant Dean,Academic Initiatives, & Director, Undergraduate Research
email: steinke7@msu.edu
phone: 517-355-7635

Lizzy King
Assistant Director, Undergraduate Research
email: lizzy@msu.edu
phone: 517-884-1559


 


Students: Find a Project
  • By Unit

    Explore projects sorted by college or unit.

  • By Category

    Explore projects sorted by broad categories.

  • By Keyword

    Not sure of where to start or what your research interests might be?  The keywords section can assist you in your search.  Type a general word that describes your research area of interest.

  • Paid Opportunities

    Search for paid opportunities

  • Creditable Positions

    Search for opportunities for which credit is available.

Research Mentors: Post a Project
  • Create a new project

    To post a project, you will need the following information:

    Project title
    Keywords for searching
    Student qualifications/requirements
    Brief project overview
    In-depth project details

  • Refine or manage your posted projects

    Click here to access your project management dashboard. The dashboard allows project coordinators to post, edit, and update projects.

Newest Research Opportunities

Apple & Banana Aroma Research

A diverse research opportunity to learn many laboratory techniques including GC-MS, RNA extraction, cDNA synthesis, PCR, and other molecular and applied methods while investigating the way apples and bananas naturally synthesize aroma compounds.
Posted: 19-08-16
Category:
Compensation:
Start Date: 19-08-16
End Date: 19-12-31

Reporting Environmental News for Grat Lakes Echo

Write news stories for Great Lakes Echo about environmental issues in the Great Lakes Basin for an award-winning news service that serves 8 states and 2 provinces.
Posted: 19-08-12
Category:
Compensation: For Credit
Start Date: 19-08-13
End Date: 20-05-08

Molecular and computational ideas to understand plant form and function

This project involves understanding how flowering is initiated in apple trees and how apple fruit accumulates its color.
Posted: 18-11-25
Category:
Compensation: For Credit
Start Date: 19-01-14
End Date: 20-05-10

Questions? Contact the Undergraduate Research Office at 517-355-7635 or
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