Turning undergrads into accomplished researchers

Ninety-five talented students from across the nation and the globe convened on campus for MU’s Summer Undergraduate Research Program, a tradition since 2000. For nine weeks, these students researched alongside world-class faculty mentors. We recently celebrated their many accomplishments and look forward to potential research articles citing several of these undergrads as co-authors.

OUR Profile: Christopher S. Josey, Ph.D.

Undergraduate Researcher, Della Cox discusses research/creative scholarship with Dr. Christopher Josey, Professor of Communications at the University of Missouri.

2022 Mentors of the Year

Omiya Hassan and Christopher Josey were selected as the 2022 Mentors of the Year

2022 Visual Art & Design Showcase – Online Exhibition is OPEN!

2022 Spring Forum – Application Now Open

The 2022 Spring Undergraduate Research & Creative Achievements Forum application is now open. Deadline to apply is 11:59pm on March 23rd. MU’s Undergraduate Research & Creative Achievements Forum showcases student research and scholarly, creative achievements to the campus and local community. MU undergraduates from any major and all academic levels are eligible to present their work. As…

Sparking an Interest in Research

FRIPS Program allows first-year students an opportunity to get a first-hand look at plant research at MU

Research Profile 6: Dr. Nicole Campione-Barr

Have you ever been in a fight with your sibling? Sibling squabbles can be about all sorts of different things, from fighting about who gets to use the TV to getting mad about your sibling eating all the snacks you left on that specific shelf in the fridge that no one else is supposed to…

2021 Fall Research Day

The Office of Undergraduate Research will host the Fall Undergraduate Research Day, combining the Fall Forum and Class Research Project Day. If you are teaching a course that includes a scholarly research project as a requirement, this event is an opportunity for undergraduates to present their projects in a more public and formal venue. Individual students wishing…

Research Profile 5: Dr. Lincoln Sheets

Who gets sick? Why? How can we predict who’s most likely to need hospitalization?   These are just some of the questions researchers in health management and informatics hope to answer. Rather than looking at a patient on an individual level, these researchers look at healthcare on the systems level. How do cities, states and countries…

Taking a Chance

Mason Ward's research portfolio has earned him two awards from the Entomological Society of America