This page collects information for undergraduates seeking research experiences that can be taken for course credit. All of the ARP research projects are eligible for research credits under the direction and discretion of the project faculty mentor, but there are many more opportunities for research through more traditional classroom-based experiences. Check back often for additional postings.
The BIMS Research Certificate, offered by the Department of Veterinary Physiology & Pharmacology, provides students the opportunity to gain advanced training in biomedical research. Students in the certificate program will gain a broader understanding of the creation, evaluation, and dissemination of new knowledge while performing publishable, original biomedical sciences research within a research-intensive community.
Organization of American communities examining the bases of community, types of communities and the changes faced by communities.