Undergraduate Research Opportunities at the University of Oregon

The programs and positions listed below are all of the opportunities that we are aware of at the University of Oregon. Many students find research opportunities through coursework, networking, and directly contacting faculty members.  If you are interested in how to get started in research outside of the programs and positions listed below, please see the Getting Started in Research section.

UO Faculty, Postdoc, & Graduate Students Seeking Research Assistants

Looking to recruit a research assistant? UO faculty, post-docs, and grad students may submit a position description to urop@uoregon.edu

Research Group or Project TitleResearch DisciplinePrimary ContactDepartment, Center, Institute, or Lab
SNAP Lab Research Assistants (multiple positions)PsychologyAndrea ImhofStress Neurobiology and Prevention Lab, Center for Translational Neuroscience
SNAP Lab Impact Measures Repository Project Research AssistantPsychologyLarissa WilliamsStress Neurobiology and Prevention Lab, Center for Translational Neuroscience
Microbial ecology of tropical rain forests before and after Hurricane mariaBiology, Ecology Terra HiebertInstitute of Ecology and Evolution
Variational principles in physics and beyondPhysicsStilianos LoucaInstitute of Ecology and Evolution
Metadata compilation for a global biodiversity surveyBiology, Ecology & EvolutionStilianos LoucaInstitute of Ecology and Evolution
RENEW Lab Research AssistantssCounseling, PsychologyNichole KellyCounseling Psychology and Human Services
CAPS Lab Coding Research AssistantPrevention ScienceCarrie ScholtesCoaching Alternative Parenting Strategies Lab
Neutral models in microbial ecologyBiology, Ecology & EvolutionStilianos LoucaInstitute of Ecology and Evolution
Japanese Macaque Social BehaviorAnthropologyKylen GartlandAnthropology
Landmarking TaliBiological AnthropologyAileen FernandezAnthropology
Primate Osteology LabBiological AnthropologyColin BrandAnthropology

UROP Affiliated Opportunities

Other UO Opportunities