Kellogg Biological Station (KBS) Summer Programs
The Kellogg Biological Station (KBS) URA is a part-time paid research position to work with a KBS lab/research group. Includes a full room & board scholarship! No prior research experience is required.
Our office would like to Congratulate Paul Billock on his graduation and on his new position with MSU College Advising Corps!
Our office would like to Congratulate Dr. Amanda Flores on successfully defending her dissertation and on her new position with WKAR!
2022 Graduating URCA Ambassadors
Our office would like to Congratulate Marissa Cortright, Maria Berry, Alyssa Fritz, Aneeqa Hasan, Issi John, and Martina Yen on their graduation!
Scholars Transforming Through Research (STR)
An advocacy program from the Council on Undergraduate Research. Applications due September 7, 2022
2022 Mentors of the Year
Our office would like to Congratulate Dr. Gabriel Wrobel and Dr. Andras Komaromy as being selected as MSU's Undergraduate Research Faculty Mentors of the Year, and Erkan Kocas as Supervisor of the Year!
Join us for Undergraduate Research Week
Join us for Undergraduate Research Week happening April 18 to April 22
BRUSH Undergraduate Summer Research Program
BRUSH (Biomedical Research for University Students in Health Sciences) is a vibrant summer program that focuses on experiential learning as well as community building and professional development. Applications are due February 1.
Our office would also like to congratulate Srikar Kesamneni on his graduation!
Congratulations on your Graduation Ben!
One of our Program Assistants, Ben Kessler, has recently graduated from MSU with a degree in physiology.
Register for the 5th Annual Diversity Research Showcase
Present your research on issues of diversity and advancing inclusion at the MSU Union!
Voices of Color Event with BIPOC STEM Undergraduate Students
Are you a BIPOC undergraduate student wondering what it is like to be a BIPOC STEM graduate student or a BIPOC STEM graduate student who wants to share their experience with a BIPOC undergraduate student aspiring to become a STEM graduate student?