The Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) provides services and resources in support of student engagement in faculty mentored undergraduate research and creative scholarship activities at the University of Oregon.
Here you will find information about getting started in research and creative scholarship; finding opportunities and funding; accessing resources that are available to support your research project; and a list of opportunities to publish, present, and apply your research.
From the Blog
The Council on Undergraduate Research just announced the application dates for the 21st annual Poster on the Hill event in Washington, D.C. This is a competitive event, giving students the opportunity to showcase their research to congressional members, meet with...read more
UO undergraduate researchers examining everything from Beirut beauty salons to wavelet analysis of the PNI climate index to genocide and the Northern Paiute have received Vice President for Research and Innovation Undergraduate Fellowships for the summer of 2016. The...read more
Modus Operandi is a regular series that peers into the methods and personalities of UO faculty and undergraduate scholars. Erik Burlingame is a senior biochemistry major in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry conducting research in the Washbourne Lab....read more