The Undergraduate Research Program promotes, supports, and celebrates faculty and student engagement in undergraduate research activities. These undergraduate research experiences enhance students’ preparedness and competitiveness for future employment and the pursuit of advanced degrees.
The Colorado Charge is an opportunity for students to experience how their research may benefit the city of Denver and state of Colorado as they conduct work in service to a social issue; it is also an opportunity for students to showcase their research abilities to community leaders. Students are "charged" with assuming the role of researcher/expert/advisor as they conduct research pertinent to a pressing social issue in our city and state and share their work with community leaders in hopes of crafting greater understanding around this issue.
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Join us April 25, 2014 for the 3rd Annual MSU Denver Undergraduate Research Conference.
Register for the conference HERE!
If you would like to learn more about the conference, please see Undergraduate Research Conference for details.
This student is presenting his poster to a conference participant.
The next application period will be for the 2014/15 academic year. See MSU Denver Undergraduate Research Grants for information.
The pictured students are some of the 2012/2013 grant recipients. The grant award was used to help fund their research project which was presented at the 2nd annual undergraduate research conference.
If you have any questions about the Undergraduate Research Program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 303-556-3290. We are located in the Administration Building, Room 325.