Undergraduate research opportunities are abundant across campus for students interested in neuroscience. Whether it’s visual perception, artificial intelligence, or virtual reality, explore how the brain works from a field that interests you.
Neuroscience Research Areas
Computational Neuroscience and AI
Multisensory Perception in Natural and Immersive Environments
Cultural Heritage Imaging
Visual and Color Perception
What Our Faculty Are Researching
“The focus of my research studies how people perceive objects with differing visual appearances by combining information from vision and touch. With this knowledge, immersive experiences can be developed in a variety of fields, including entertainment, gaming, education, and health.”
Research Faculty in the Integrated Sciences Academy Learn More
“As a researcher, I am primarily interested in behaviors and symptoms that involve a lack of impulse control, such as addictions and aggressive behavior. I am also interested in understanding psychological disorders such as depression and trauma.”
Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology Learn More
“I am interested in how individual observers perceive color differently. The research I’ve conducted explores human perceptions on images in print, on smartphones, and on television.”
Associate Professor and Graduate Color Science Program Director Learn More
Stand Out With Your Research
Students who perform undergraduate research stand out from the crowd when applying for jobs and graduate schools.
From mentoring motivated students in writing their first scientific publication to offering a free poster printing service on campus, we have the resources to help students stand out from the crowd.