Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Activities

Whether it’s testing the effects of off-coast oil spills on coastal marsh plant life, studying the upper atmosphere using balloon satellite systems, composing a film score or writing the next great American novel, FHSU undergraduate students (both on campus and online) rigorously pursue scholarship in many forms.

Regardless of the discipline, one thing all FHSU undergraduate research has in common is the model of faculty/student collaboration. Faculty and/or staff serve as mentors on research and creative projects as undergraduates develop high-level, peer-reviewed work.

Undergraduate Research Experience (URE)
If you’re interested in undergraduate research, we invite you to participate in FHSU’s Undergraduate Research Experience. Through URE you can find undergraduate research resources and research opportunities (such as the John Heinrichs Scholarly and Creative Activities Day). You can also learn more about FHSU’s Honor Society and our Honors College.

For more info about URE you can view our digital brochure, watch our URE video, and read this article by the Director of Undergraduate Research Experience, Leslie Paige. If you have any questions about the Undergraduate Research Experience at FHSU, feel free to contact us at URE@fhsu.edu.

KINBRE 2014
Kansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (KINBRE) 2014 Mentors and Participants

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