The undergraduate research program strives to increase opportunities for MSU students to engage in scholarship, expand the pool of faculty and partners engaging undergraduate students in their scholarly work, and better understand the impact of this engagement on student learning and retention.
A database of research, scholarship, and creative opportunities for MSU undergraduate students. Venture connects students to these opportunities and provides an avenue for student engagement in original investigation, experimentation, and creativity across many fields of study.
Lyman Briggs College Student Conference Travel Support
Applications for student travel grants (up to $250.00) are now available to LBC students who are presenting their research at a professional conference.
For full stipulations and application materials, please click here.
Research Symposium is a yearly college wide event where students and faculty have the opportunity to present their work to the college community.Through poster and oral presentations, students and faculty share the results of research projects from independent research, honors option projects or classroom projects.
Provides Michigan State undergraduate students with an opportunity to showcase their scholarship and creative activity. Held each spring in the historic MSU Union, UURAF ("you-raf") brings together an intellectual community of highly motivated students to share their work with faculty, peers, and external audiences. Over 600 students from 14 of MSU's colleges and 285 faculty mentors participated in last year's Forum.
A bi-annual publication of the Michigan State University Honors College that highlights the diversity and quality of our students' research and creative endeavors. Submissions are encouraged from all departments and colleges across campus.
Provides resources and programs that address the needs of students and student members.
JYI's web journal (which is also called JYI) is dedicated to the presentation of undergraduate research in science, mathematics, and engineering. It publishes the best submissions from undergraduates, with an emphasis on both the quality of research and the manner in which it is communicated. The journal, JYI, also allows students to experience the other side of the scientific publication process: the review process. Students working with their faculty advisors review the work of their peers and determine whether that work is acceptable for publication in JYI.