Signing Up for a URES Project

The first step is to find a faculty research project that interests you and is being directed by a faculty member who is looking for URES 197 students.  Below is a list of projects for the upcoming semester.

URES 197 projects for Spring 2012

CPR. Aminrazavi_URES 197- Sufism and American Literary Masters

Sociology/Anthropology. Schleef_URES 197_Spring 2012

MDFL/Spanish. Lewis_Mujeres y caridad URES197 research team application

The second step is to contact the faculty member and find out about the research project. If you do not see a project in your discipline, you can also contact the chair of the department in which you are interested in doing work to see if faculty members in that department are offering research opportunities for students.

The third step is for you and the sponsoring faculty member to complete the URES 197 form.  The completed form my be hand delivered or sent in campus mail to Jepson 209 Attention: Grant Woodwell by the end of the second week of classes in the semester in which you wish to do the project.  Once the learning contract is reviewed, and all required details are taken care of, you’ll be enrolled in URES 197 for the number of credits specified on the learning contract.

What will show up on your transcript as the course title will be “Undergraduate Research in ____” with the blank being filled in by the name of the academic discipline in which you are doing the research project (such as psychology or English or biology).

View Reports from FALL 2011 and SPRING 2012 URES 197 courses.

For additional information, consult the FAQs about the URES 197 course opportunity on this website.