Student Research Programs

Programs managed by the Student Research Office

Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP)

Funding for this program is pending.

A National Science Foundation sponsored program which supplies a stipend to undergraduate students to do research in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics for a fall or summer semester.


Student Faculty Research Collaboration Award (SFRCA)

Funds travel for students when they accompany a faculty member to present their research work results or perform research off-campus.


Student Research Award

Awards graduate and undergraduate students who completed the top research projects.


Undergraduate Research Grant (URGP)

Funds equipment and supplies for undergraduate research projects.


student research day photo

Research is performed in the many disciplines at PUC, where a student and his or her faculty sponsor work together on a project of mutual interest. The mentoring relationship developed through the research and scholarly process is beneficial to the student and to the faculty member. Students have the opportunity to participate in a research project from beginning to end, to go beyond classroom experience and to investigate an idea in great depth. Faculty enjoy being able to move beyond classroom examples with students who are actively engaged in the discovery process.