Research is a core value of TU. From academic colleges and individual faculty members to student organizations, there are many resources here to support undergraduate researchers.
Each TU academic college, as well as the Honors College, supports undergraduate research in ways that incorporate the curriculum and programs offered within each college.
National organizations that support undergraduate research provide excellent opportunities to network with faculty and students from other institutions, as well as to present and publish research
Attending a conference to present your research or project is an exciting and worthwhile opportunity. TU students regularly attend professional conferences within their academic disciplines and conferences held on-campus or by organizations that support undergraduate research.
American Journal of Undergraduate Research is a national, independent, peer-reviewed, open-source, quarterly, multidisciplinary student research journal, established in 2002. It is devoted to making its authors’ publications distinctive. It achieves this not only by the excellence of the content, but also by being student- and public-friendly, and searchable by professionals.
Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly includes articles from across CUR's organizational disciplines in the natural and social sciences, mathematics, and engineering. Each journal includes a focus topic, such as Minority Participation in Undergraduate Research, Creating Time for Research, Community Research, Students with Special Needs, Building a Summer Research Community, and Academic Excellence. Indexed online with selected full text articles. Quarterly.