Center for Undergraduate Research
A Welcome from the Center
Thank you for visiting our site to learn more about The Center for Undergraduate Research (CUR) and the services we offer students, faculty, and staff. Throughout the academic year, The Center supports undergraduate researchers while striving to lead the way as the hub of undergraduate research activity at Texas Tech University.
In addition to assisting undergraduate researchers through skills training and research funding, The Center provides expansive, one-on-one mentoring to undergraduate students in all phases of the research process. The Center is particularly committed to the recruitment, retention, and development of undergraduate researchers at Texas Tech University.
The Center serves as a resource for researchers by assisting in identifying faculty mentors interested in developing a research project. The Center also funds a number of scholars through fellowships, travel, and assistance with research supplies. Additionally, The Center hosts the annual Texas Tech University Undergraduate Research Conference in coordination with campus partners.
We encourage you to stop by The Center to learn more about the services we provide. Our staff will be happy to visit with you one-on-one to help guide you through the research process or discuss how to further get involved with research at Texas Tech University.
Center for Undergraduate Research Staff
- TTU Undergraduate Research Conference
April 22-25, 2013
- TTU Graduate School Expo
April 24, 2013
- 2013-2014 Dr. Sarah Kulkofsky Scholarship application
- Lone Star Graduate Diversity Colloquium
The Center for Undergraduate Research has moved to the Administration Building #233. Visit our new offices to learn about the services we offer.
- Students Selected for Inaugural Research Scholarship
- 2012 URC Awards and Honors
- Undergraduate Research Task Force Releases Report | PDF
- Undergraduate Research: A Core Element of Texas Tech's Movement to Tier One
- Students present research at Texas capitol
- Tech tier one push boosts undergrad research
- New organization connects students through research