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The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) is dedicated to providing coordination, leadership, and support for University of Kentucky undergraduates in all majors and class levels. We offer awards and activities to support undergraduate research across the university. The OUR promotes research as a high impact student experience to enhance readiness to succeed in future careers and foster student success.
As a Research I institution, UK students have access to unparalleled research. Undergraduates have the opportunity to engage in extraordinary world-class research across all disciplines and work alongside faculty mentors that are on the forefront of technology and discovery…..and it all starts with your curiosity!
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UK's Research Ambassadors have a passion for promoting undergraduate research and creative scholarship and helping students connect with research opportunities. Ambassadors will help to represent undergraduate research at events coordinated by the OUR and their home College.
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The OUR offers seven programs and research funding opportunities for undergraduate students.
Total number of undergraduate research program participants, interest session attendees, and advising consultations since 2009.
Since 2009, 762 UK undergraduates have presented their faculty-mentored research at the annual National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR).
What does the undergraduate research experience look like?