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 in February.
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!
Applications open for BRUSH Undergraduate Summer Research Program
Sponsored by the NIH National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, BRUSHS provides hands-on research exposure and graduate school preparation opportunities for individuals who are from diverse backgrounds that are underrepresented in biomedical research.
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?
Fall Peer Advising
Our Ambassador are waiting and ready to help you achieve your undergraduate research goals.
Undergraduate Research Ambassadors Nominated for Prestigious Graduate School Scholarships
Former UR Ambassador, Jasmine Jordan, was nominated for the Rhodes Scholarship and current UR Ambassador, Gabriel Gurule was nominated for three scholarships.
MSU Sociology research team awarded First Generation Student Initiative Award
A team of MSU Sociology researchers has been awarded $3,000 to study "Invisible Obstacles and Hidden Curriculum: Behind Racial Disparities in Times to Degree Completion in Sociology." Results from this award will be shared at UURAF!
Undergraduate Participation in Research or Creative Scholarship: Fall 2021 Guidelines
Undergraduate Research Mentors/Supervisors: undergraduate researchers and creative assistants must be registered with the VPRI before beginning any work.
Program Assistant on to Greater Things!
Jessica Diaz will be leaving our office to complete grad school.
MSU Undergraduate Students Present at Posters On the Hill
Undergraduate research students Tushya Mehta and Grace Bonnema selected to present their work at Posters on the Hill.
2021 Undergraduate Research Mentor and Supervisor of the Year Awarded
Two professors and one post-doctoral researcher were awarded the 2021 Undergraduate Research Mentor and Supervisor of the Year Awards
From Undergraduate Researcher to MSU President: How Research has Shaped His Career
President Stanley benefitted significantly from his undergraduate research experience. He plans to share how his research experiences have shaped him and his career, and how they continue to influence him to this day.