As a national research university, UAH offers undergraduates the opportunity to take part in research throughout their academic career. Hands-on research and creative projects are integral to preparing you for a professional career, no matter what field you’ve chosen.

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Cameron Sawyer showing his work
Fausat Isu busy doing lab work
Owen Seidler testing on his computer
Shelby Westrich in the lab
Tamara Zaza in front of lab equipment

Why Research Is So Valuable

Research, creative projects, internships, and service learning are some of the opportunities that will help prepare you for the complex society in which we live and work.

Undergraduate research opportunities at UAH allow you to:

  • Develop skills in problem solving, analysis, and communication
  • Step out of the classroom and into an exciting, hands-on learning environment
  • Collect data and solve problems with real-world implications
  • Work closely with faculty, researchers or graduate students

  • Find your passion and chart your career path
  • Build a resume or portfolio that can help you stand out in the job market after graduation

Learn more about undergraduate research at UAH

Where to Start

Become a student researcher at UAH and help solve some of the most challenging problems facing our world today!

Get Started in Research at UAH
Take your first step to becoming an undergraduate researcher at UAH!

Dave Cook

Director of Undergraduate Research

145 Shelby Center for Science and Technology/113B Frank Franz Hall


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