Jeff Hartman, M.S.Assistant Directorjhartman2@nova.edu(954) 892-0351
An inquiry or investigation conducted by an undergraduate student that makes an original intellectual or creative contribution to the discipline. - The Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR)
What are the benefits?
How do you start?
Undergraduate Research may be a valuable learning opportunity for students. Although placement is competitive and not guaranteed, undergraduate students seeking research opportunities should:
Things to Consider
If credit is an important aspect of your participation as a student researcher, you should discuss this with your faculty member. She/he will determine the requirements to obtain credit if feasible.
If you are seeking ExEL units, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Research for assistance once you have secured a research position. You may also download the ExEL Student Research packet for more information.
Please note that research placement is not guaranteed. It depends on many variables such as your availability, your responsiveness, your experience, your commitment level, and your grades.
For undergraduate research opportunities on- and off-campus, click here.
NSU’s Undergraduate Student Symposium, hosted by the Farquhar Honors College, showcases the outstanding scholarship of NSU undergraduate students through student poster displays, oral presentations, performances, and film presentations. You can be one of the select students to proudly share your work at this annual event.
In addition, consider pursuing an Honors Thesis. To complete an Honors Research Thesis, you must be enrolled in the Honors College (students are eligible to apply and join the Honors College when entering NSU, as well as, while enrolled at NSU).