Office for Undergraduate Research and Artistry




Once you have connected to a project and found your mentor(s), the Office of Undergraduate Research and Artistry continues to support you by providing training and resources.

Attend our Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR) training

This training is designed to satisfy federal agency requirements for face-to-face training in responsible conduct of research. Training will cover preliminary questions and ethics undergraduate students should be asking their research mentors/primary investigators (PIs). Training covers the following topics such as: research misconduct, how to work with a mentor, how to keep a research lab notebook, etc.

Attend Research Etc. Workshops

These workshops enhance information that students are getting from their research experience. Examples of workshops include faculty research presentations, distinguished speakers, and related trainings on how to present research at a poster presentation.

Students in the IDEA 210 Intro to Design Thinking class working individually and in groups to finalize projects

Join the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR)

CSU has an enhanced membership to CUR, an international organization that strengthens undergraduate research in STEM and non-STEM disciplines. You can join CUR with a free student-membership, and then access free webinars, online professional development, and other resources.

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