Two UO juniors selected as Truman Scholarship finalists! Click here to read about Luda Isakharov '24 and Kavi Sherestha '24
UPCOMING DEADLINES: Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) application due April 12 and First Year Research Experience (FYRE) extended to April 26; nominate your faculty research mentor for a Faculty Research Mentor Award by May 3
Center for Undergraduate Research & Engagement
CURE serves as a campus hub for undergraduate students to pursue advanced learning opportunities in research, scholarly engagement, and creative pursuits.
► Learn about research funding awards
A six-month, cohort-based program focused on bringing into effect equitable post-graduation outcomes for underserved students at UO, centering on BIPOC, first generation, and low-income students.
► Apply to DucksRISE
McNair Scholars Program
The program is designed to prepare undergraduate students for doctoral studies through involvement in research and other scholarly activities. Students must be US citizens or permanent residents who are also either first-generation college students who are low-income AND/OR students from groups historically underrepresented in US higher education.
► Apply to McNair Scholars Program
Office of Distinguished Scholarships
Work with the Office of Distinguished Scholarships to explore and apply to competitive national and international awards that fit students’ academic interests and goals.
► Explore distinguished scholarships
Undergraduate Research Symposium
Participation in the Undergraduate Research Symposium empowers undergraduate students to share their ideas, discoveries, and creative work with the campus and the local community.
► See the Symposium Presentation Awards
Phi Beta Kappa
This is the oldest and most prestigious honorary society in the nation. Selection for the Alpha of Oregon Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa is not automatic, but students do not have to apply or be nominated for consideration.
► Learn about the upcoming Visiting Scholar event
Through our impact fund, we support foundational and often transformational opportunities for undergraduate students of all backgrounds to pursue research and distinguished scholarships and to enrich their academic experiences at UO.
Every year, several students receive awards for their outstanding work and faculty members are recognized for their support of undergraduate research.
Council for Undergraduate Research and Distinguished Scholarships
The Council for Undergraduate Research and Distinguished Scholarships functions as an advisory board for the allied offices of the Center for Undergraduate Research and Engagement (CURE), Office of Distinguished Scholarships (ODS), Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program, and Undergraduate Research Symposium. See the AY22-23 Council Charge.