What interests you? The world is full of things to explore. There's probably a problem or topic just waiting for you.

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The first step in the undergraduate research process, typically, is to find a faculty member whose team or lab you can work with and contribute to. After finding a mentor, work with them to propose a project and design your methodology. Once you have an idea of what your project will be, writing a brief abstract will help to describe your project and your goals to others for funding and conference applications.

Having a good idea is only one part of the equation in research. Having the funds to carry out the work is another very important element of the equation. Here are resources to help you get started.

General Listings & Databases

The National Science Foundation's Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program

Individual Listings

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To learn more about current research and creative activity initiatives at ESU or to seek support for your projects and programs that benefit the academic community at the University, please contact the staff in the Office of Sponsored Projects and Research.

Contact Information

Campus Address
Reibman Administration Building
(570) 422-3539
(570) 422-3519 (Fax)
Title of Department Leader
Interim Provost and Vice President Academic Affairs
Margaret J. Ball