Undergraduate research is a major focus of Wake Forest University.
Through our Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities (URECA) Center, we help students find professors, and vice-versa, to explore shared areas of interest, alert them to funding opportunities, showcase their research, and provide support for class, conference, and publication work.
We want fully and publicly to support research that expands our worldviews, helps us come to terms with the world’s irreducibility, and shapes and reshapes our interpretations of this complex world.
Examples of our activities?
- We provide summer stipends and housing to students engaged in scholarly and creative activities with WFU faculty mentors,
- organize campus-wide activities to showcase undergraduate research and creative work, including annual Research Day presentations,
- promote and support participation at professional meetings by student researchers and their faculty mentors, including national and regional disciplinary conferences,
- offer practical and pedagogical workshops and discussions for both undergraduates and faculty on the importance of undergraduate research practices,
- and develop and employ assessment tools that measure and track outcomes of undergraduate mentored scholarly and creative activities.
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