About Our Office

The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) serves as a valuable resource for students beginning to explore the concept of undergraduate research. From helping students discern their own research paths and find a mentor, to connecting them to research funding and programs at WashU and beyond, to providing opportunities to share their work, we support all undergraduates, in all disciplines, and in all schools. 

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Spring Undergraduate Research Symposium

Featuring nearly 180 students' poster presentations and talks stemming from more than 30 major and minor programs across Arts & Sciences, McKelvey, Sam Fox and Olin, the symposium showcases the diverse range of projects completed by WashU undergraduates and mentored by WashU faculty.

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Undergraduate Research at WashU

Research expands your learning. At WashU, research isn’t just for faculty and graduate students, and it’s not restricted to a science lab. No matter what you're studying, you will find research opportunities that add meaning and depth as you contribute to the world's body of knowledge.

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Research for credit opportunity in WashU Early Emotional Development Program

Research for credit opportunity in Developmental Psychopathology and Emotional Development in Early Childhood—Preschool Children/ Mood Disorders

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Post-bacc research opportunity in translational neuroscience

The Aravamuthan Lab interested in hiring motivated individual to study movement disorders after neonatal brain injury

Have questions about undergraduate research?

The Office of Undergraduate Research provides guidance and resources to students interested in pursuing research. Reach out to us today to make an appointment with a member of our team to learn more.

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