Undergraduate Research Fellowships (URF) provide a research experience for undergraduate students and assist staff in the Division of Student Life in conducting research projects in support of student success. Students in the fellowship are expected to work approximately 10 hours a week and will be given a $2,400 scholarship or stipend. A fellowship is not considered student employment and will not be counted toward the 20-hour employment restriction.
Below is a list of all the fall 2023 URF opportunities.
Well-Being and Mental Health Needs Research Fellow:
Understanding well-being and mental health needs for students is crucial to advancing well-being initiatives on campus. This research fellow will work with the Well-Being and Mental Health Data Engagement Manager to design, recruit for, and facilitate focus groups to gather insight into current understandings and needs around well-being and mental health. The application for this fellowship has closed.
If you have any questions about fellowship opportunities, please email Teri Schnelle.