A division of the University Honors College, the Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (OURS) bridges the boundaries between learning and discovery. It is devoted to undergraduate accomplishment through inquiry, discovery and creativity across all disciplines and within a global community of scholars. By fostering inspired teaching and engaged student learning, OURS advances the involvement of UAA students in research and creative activities—whether they be independent or with UAA faculty.
OURS supports a wide variety of multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary research, creative activities, and presentation and learning opportunities for UAA undergraduate students, including mentoring and campus coordination for Major Scholarships.
Why should a UAA undergraduate student reach out to OURS?
To explore current and past undergraduate research projects at UAA, visit the Undergraduate Research Database.
Rapid Fire Research Event 2013
The Rapid Fire Research Event is an oppurtunity for faculty across campus to give a short overview of the reasearch they are currenlty working on. Students and other faculty are able to find out what reasearch is being done across many differnet disciplines and get in contact with presenters they may have an interest in collaborating with.
To listen to the audio recording and view the PowerPoint presentation for this year's Rapid Fire Event, please follow the link below. A filmed recording will be availabe shortly.Audio Recording
Kenrick Mock, Computer Science & Engineering
Martin Cenek, Computer Science & Engineering /Honors
Megan Friedel, Consortium Library
Herminia Din, Art
Sarah Frick, Faculty Technology Center
Gennady Gienko, Geomatics
Frank Moore, Computer Science & Engineering
Marianne Murray; Carol Senette;Annette Rearden, Nursing
Gabriel Garcia, Health Sciences
Carrie King, Dietetics & Nutrition
Cindy Knall, WWAMI
Irasema Ortega; Cathy Coulter, Education
Mike Mueller; Tim Jester, Education
Gunnar Knapp, Economics
Gino Graziano, UAF Cooperative Extension Service
David Bowie, English
Terry Kelly, Philosophy
Diane Hirshberg, CAEPR
Aaron Dotson, Civil Engineering
Hiroko Harada; Junko Tokuda,Languages
Claudia Lampman; Gwen Lupfer, Psychology