The Office of Undergraduate Research administers a variety of programs to promote and enhance opportunities for undergraduates to participate in research, scholarly activities, and creativity. For the 2012-2013 academic year the following programs are available. Details and applications are available by checking each link.
*Check out the YouTube video about our programs*
Undergraduate Research at Buffalo State: Programs & Impact
Buffalo State undergraduates conduct research, scholarly, and creative activities in all academic disciplines. Students' projects often take them in to the community, across the U.S. and around the world. Students and faculty mentors share their experiences and why undergraduate research is a high impact educational activity.
Note: Research Requiring Compliance Review
Regulation and safety policies apply to many different categories of research and include research conducted with or without external sponsorship. Since regulations and standards change frequently and University policy requires review of some activities that an investigator may not consider requiring review, it is recommended that researchers contact the Research Foundation Office before initiating any research project.
- For research involving the use of human subjects, investigators (faculty and students) should contact Gina Game, IRB Administrator.
- For research involving the use of animal subjects, investigators (faculty and staff) should contact Jean DiPirro, IACUC Chair.
- For research involving controlled substances or hazardous materials, investigators (faculty and staff) should contact David Miller, Environmental Health and Safety Officer.
For more information on Research Compliance, please go to the Research Foundation Web site.