Research: A K-State Tradition
Research at the University of Auckland, New Zealand
International Studies Abroad, a partner of the K-State Education Abroad Office, has chosen K-State to receive a $1000 scholarship for a student interested in pursuing research at the University of Auckland in New Zealand during Summer 2019. Students will be paired with a research mentor at the University of Auckland and can receive 3-4 credits for their research. Learn more about eligibility requirements here.
K-State Undergraduate Research Conference
Save the date for the first day-long, K-State undergraduate research conference on Sunday, April 14, 2019, from 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m in the Student Union. The conference will include:
9:00-12:00 - Paper sessions
12:00-1:00 - Lunch for presenters
1:00-1:45 - Keynote speaker
2:00-4:00 - Developing Scholars Research Poster Symposium
More information coming soon!
Get Published as an Undergraduate
Check out K-State's new undergraduate research journal, Live Ideas, plus other opportunities to get published as an undergraduate!
Why do Undergraduate Research?
Dr. Don Saucier, University Distinguished Teaching Scholar, and some of his undergraduate research collaborators, share the value and importance of undergraduate research in advancing your career.
Undergraduate Research Day at the State Capitol in Topeka, KS on February 14th, 2018.