The Office of Student Research offers several initiatives to support undergraduate and graduate students who undertake significant research and creative inquiry projects. 

Student Funding: Through a competitive process, OSR provides grants up to $500 to undergraduate and graduate students to defray costs associated with conducting research, including materials and travel to professional conferences to share the results of scholarship. There are two application cycles in the fall and spring semesters.

Perspectives on Research in Science and Mathematics Opportunities (PRISM): This 8-week STEM-H summer research program allows students to undertake an independent research project under the supervision and mentorship of a faculty member.  Both the student and faculty mentor receive a stipend. The submission deadline is in the fall.

Student Showcase for Research and Creative Inquiry: This student symposium celebrates student success in scholarship and allows students to present their research and creative inquiry projects at a university-wide symposium.  This event occurs in the fall and spring.