Rutgers is a major public research university. Our faculty are leading researchers in a variety of fields—from neuroscience to metaphysics to child development—that touch our daily lives and shape our future. As an undergraduate, you can become a part of this exciting community of discovery, creativity, and innovation.
Whether you are just starting out as a researcher, or you’re preparing to present your research at a conference, there are a number of helpful resources here to help guide you along the way.
Finding a Faculty Mentor: Certainly the most important aspect of getting involved in research, learn about how you can best find a mentor to help get you involved in research.
Undergraduate Research System (URS): The URS is a centralized database that houses many of the research opportunities available to undergraduates at Rutgers University.
Student Research Advising & Workshops: At the Aresty Research Center, we're here to help. Set up an appointment with us or come to one of our workshops to learn more details about getting involved in research, starting your own research project, or developing your presentation skills.
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