Students are encouraged to explore research opportunities in their areas of interest by speaking with faculty in those departments.
An average of nearly 200 students participate annually on projects linked to sponsored research in the School of Science and Engineering.
Additional opportunities may be found at TU Research Network, a database where faculty post available research assistantships.
The student organization Tulane University Scientific Volunteering and Research Initiative connects students to researchers. TUSVRI aims to create long-term connections and relationships with local organizations and act as a medium between organizations, professors, alumni, and students. Find research or shadowing opportunities here.
National research opportunities can be found at the National Science Foundation (NSF) program Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU).
Other undergraduate research opportunities may be explored through the Center for Engaged Learning and Teaching (CELT).
To learn more about the opportunities available and the role that research plays in your Tulane education, visit CELT Online.