Summer Research Program Poster Symposium

The Center for Research and Learning in partnership with the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research invites all IUPUI and IUPUC undergraduate students to attend the 2014 Summer Research Program Poster Symposium on Friday, July 25, 2014.

Call for Summer 2014 STEMCorp Scholars

The Center for Research and Learning (CRL) is accepting applications from currently enrolled IUPUI freshman, sophomore and rising junior science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) majors who are interested in joining a research team focused on investigating ways to implement nanotechnology-related lessons for high school students. Applicants should have a GPA of 3.0 or higher to be considered for the program. More details.

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Funded MURI Projects for Summer 2014

Funded MURI Projects for Summer 2014: Click here

Undergraduate Research @ IUPUI

The Center for Research and Learning (CRL) is dedicated to serving students through a series of undergraduate research programs. These programs offer students an opportunity to carry out innovative research, scholarship, and creative activity with faculty mentors through internally and externally funded programs.

CRL programs expose and engage students in research experiences, providing effective pathways for lifelong active learning, scholarship, and professional development. CRL is a division of the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.

Off Campus Summer Research Experiences

Roswell Park Cancer Institute’s (RPCI) “Summer Research Experience Program in Cancer Science” for college juniors has opened its online application ( The deadline for applications is February 3, 2014.  LSAMP Scholars who are particularly interested in pursuing a career in the biomedical sciences with an emphasis on cancer research.Please see program: FLYER. NOTE: LSAMP Scholars applying to the program will have the $20.00 application fee waived.

Research Opportunities

Applications are currently open for:

What is Research?

Research includes any scholarly, or artistic activity that leads to the production of new knowledge; to increased problem solving capabilities, including design and analysis; to original critical or historical theory and interpretation; or to the production of art or artistic performance.


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