Whether you already have your own idea for a project or you’re looking for a place to gain experience in research, getting connected with a research mentor is a great place to begin. Check out the resources below for ideas on identifying a faculty member who can help guide you.
EUReKA, a program of Baylor’s College of Arts & Sciences, maintains a list of student research opportunities grouped by academic discipline. Faculty on this page are actively seeking students to work in their labs or assist with their research. Click here to view the list.
BURST, a student organization dedicated to undergraduate research in STEM fields, has a website with links to a number of research opportunities for students. Their web page contains a wealth of information on opportunities for internships both on and off campus. Click here to learn more.
You can also talk with professors in your desired academic areas to find out about opportunities they may have for students to assist in their research. They can also offer suggestions on carrying out your own projects.