Ready to make the jump from in-class labs to learning more deeply? Watch this video to learn more about why you should engage in undergraduate research; how to find a mentor; and resources available to you through Pavlis Honors College, Michigan Tech, and beyond.
Are you an undergraduate interested in research, but unsure how to get started? Our video tutorial may be exactly what you need. This video addresses:
- how to identify and contact a research mentor
- what to expect when beginning research
- opportunities for research internships and fellowships for Michigan Tech students
Watch the video on your own time, and if you have specific questions, feel free to email email@example.com, or make a 10-minute appointment for one-on-one research mentoring via Zoom on September 22, 24 or 28.
If you’re a current or prospective graduate student interested in finding a research mentor, please contact the Graduate School.
Interested in Undergraduate Research?
Pavlis Honors College can enhance your involvement in undergraduate research. Learn more about our Honors Pathway Program, meet an honors student who co-authored a field guide based on her research, and see other research options and exhibitions available to undergraduate students.