Research Experiences for Undergraduates

2013 Research Scholars Awards

Undergraduate research is central to the mission of our college and our institute as it combines faculty mentoring with student achievement that leads to increased scholarship for both groups.

Send a Quote about your Undergraduate Research experience. We would love to hear from you.


Undergraduate Research Seminars


Undergraduate Research Seminars take place in GOS 08-A300 on Wednesdays from 1 to 1:50 p.m. over pizza and soda to promote interdisciplinary collaboration. Faculty and students participate to listen to presentations given by students from our science and math programs.


To see the schedule and to register to present at


Interpreting Services available upon request; Please submit request at

We look forward to seeing you there!

 Past Undergraduate Researchers Seminars


Research Scholars Program

 2013 Research Scholars Awards

The Research Scholars Program provides opportunity, community, and recognition for students committed to advanced undergraduate research projects within the department. This program is intended for our most advanced research students, particularly those who wish to go on to graduate school and research-based careers.


NSF Research & Mentoring for Deaf Students


Through a strong mentoring network we want our deaf and hard of hearing students to be comfortable and included in research programs. We not only want to increase the number of deaf and hard of hearing students performing undergraduate research but to also get them ready to move on to graduate study. For more information, visit the program’s website.



RIT College of Science REU Programs


The college currently has two NSF REU (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) programs that allow undergraduates from any university to join in RIT research during the summer. Click the links below to learn about them.


NSF-REU Program in Mathematics at RIT

NSF-REU Program in Imaging Science at RIT