What is undergraduate research or a creative activity?
2021 Summer Project Award, Biology
2021 Summer Project Award, Geological Engineering
2021 Summer Project Award, Wildlife and Biology Conservation
Madeline Andriesen, Jenna Dreydopel, Taylir Hendricks, Jonathan Lange, Ariana Lopez,
Ellie Martinson, Lindsay Moisan
2021 Spring Project Award, Music
The office of Undergraduate Research & Scholarly Activity (URSA) is UAF's resource for the development and promotion of experiential learning activities that engage undergraduate students to support UAF's goal to become a leading student-focused research university.
Undergraduate research and creative activity at UAF covers all disciplines, from climate sciences to music, engineering, anthropology, life sciences, art and theater.
Visit our Award Recipients page to discover all the projects funded by URSA.
Applications will open April 18, 2022.
Student Project Awards are for undergraduate students planning to conduct research or pursue creative projects.
These awards will fund up to $2,5000 for individual and $5,000 for groups of two or more students.
Deadline to apply is June 12, 2022.
Announcing winners on April 15, 2022.
Open to ALL undergraduate, graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, staff and faculty requiring technology-related equipment and/or software for student-based instruction and/or research are invited to apply for an URSA Innovative Technology and Education (ITE) Award of up to $5,000.
In-person travel is now being funded for Spring 2022!
Travel funds support students presenting research or creative activity outcomes at a conference, meeting or congregation of their peers/professionals in their respective field, as well as students partaking in competitions.
We invite UAF undergraduates from all disciplines to participate in this yearly event. Still time for attendees to register and support our undergraduate students!
Interested in doing research or a scholarly activity at UAF, but not sure where to start?
Curious about URSA's past activities and its contribution to UAF's undergraduate research?
Visit our Annual Reports' page