No matter what your major is, as an undergraduate student at UNE you can become actively involved in a vast array of exciting projects that engage you in meaningful research and scholarship.
This website will help you discover the opportunities you have to engage with faculty on projects in the natural sciences, social sciences, humanities and health professions. The site provides information to help you identify an interesting research project. It also offers information about potential funding sources for the research you might do.
We also use this site to highlight the outstanding beyond-the-classroom work our students are doing. You’ll find here information about your peers’ publications and presentations, and information about the research they’re conducting.
We encourage you to explore these pages, talk to your department faculty, and challenge yourself to discover new knowledge and ideas through an undergraduate research project.
by the Numbers
Number of undergraduate researchers awarded the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship in the past five years
Number of undergraduate students who have given presentations at regional and national conferences during the last six years
Percentage of UNE seniors who have worked with faculty on research projects, compared with 23% at all colleges surveyed by the NSSE
Teresa Dzieweczynski, Ph.D., coordinator of undergraduate research, is available to answer further questions. Visit her office in Decary Hall 327, or her lab in Decary Hall 354, call her at (207) 602-2578, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.