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At IU Undergraduate Research, we work hard to expand access to undergraduate research opportunities. Please explore our website to learn more about student research and creative activity at IU. 

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Notice: Status of Undergraduate Research Office

In response to the campus plan issued by IU President Michael McRobbie regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), and with the safety and well-being of students and others in mind, the IU Undergraduate Research office has moved online until further notice. IUUR staff can be contacted at uroffice@indiana.edu.

Please also note that research opportunities for undergraduate students are limited at this time as a result of campus safety measures.  We are working closely with faculty to identify both remote and on-campus opportunities. We encourage interested students to explore our website, sign-up for our newsletter, and/or email us for help in finding research opportunities.    

   

Asiyah Din

Asiyah Din, who majors in physics, human biology, and applied mathematics, has spent much of her undergraduate career researching dark matter and axions with Professor Michael Snow in the IU Physics Department.

Student looking at art.
Student researcher in a lab.
Four student dancers performing.

Kyle Schardt - musician, composer, activist

Kyle Schardt studies jazz and classical guitar at the IU Jacob's School of Music. When he's not practicing, he's composing or performing with various ensembles, including the socially conscious large ensemble, the Liberation Music Collective. 

 

Student researcher holding a bird in the forest.
Fashion student pinning a dress.

Students research storytelling

IU College of Arts & Sciences undergraduate students Sarah Whaley and Ellie Brower team up with Fritz Breithaupt, professor of Germanic Studies, to complete research in the field of storytelling.