Kansas State University is working to increase undergraduate opportunities for research as part of the goal to become a top 50 public university by 2025. Research can be conducted at one of the university's more than 90 research centers. Research programs include Developing Scholars, McNair Scholars Program and a program through the National Science Foundation.
The Developing Scholars Program offers underrepresented students research projects with faculty mentors. Students receive academic, social and financial support while participating in the discovery and creation of new knowledge at Kansas State University.
McNair Scholars Program
The McNair Scholars Program is federally funded and prepares low-income and first-generation college students, as well as students from groups under-represented in graduate education for doctoral study. A paid eight-week undergraduate research experience with faculty mentors is a major part of this preparation. For more information visit the McNair Scholars Program website.
Research Experience for Undergraduates
The National Science Foundation’s Research Experiences for Undergraduates, or REU, program supports active research participation by undergraduate students in any of the areas of research funded by the National Science Foundation. K-State has five REU sites that offer 10-week summer research opportunities for undergraduate students.
|Biology||Ecology, evolution, and genomics of grassland organisms||Bruce Snyder
|Chemical Engineering||Wind, earth, and fire: Sustainable energy for the 21st Century||Keith Hohn
|Chemistry||K-State chemistry REU||Chris Culbertson
|Physics||Laser-mater Interactions at the Atomic and Nanoscale||Kristan Corwin