Dixie State Undergraduate Research encourages all students to participate in scholarly research and creative projects.
What is undergraduate research?
The Council on Undergraduate Research defines undergraduate research as “An inquiry or investigation conducted by an undergraduate student that makes an original intellectual or creative contribution to the discipline.”
Therefore, undergraduate research is any scholarly research or creative work that is conducted as an undergraduate student, that is, before they receive a Bachelor’s degree.
Dixie State will host the ninth annual Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research (UCUR) on February 27, 2015. All students, faculty, staff and community members are welcome to attend.
How to fund your research:
The Dixie State University Student Senate Association (DSUSA) allocates funds to students who wish to conduct academic projects that enhance a student’s educational goals. This year, DSUSA will allocate up to $20,000 dollars toward students' academic goals.Types of projects funded:
- Senior Capstone
- Academic conferences
- Travel reimbursement
- Research expenses
Contact a senator:
Students interested in funding should contact the senator who represents their academic school. Senators will help students draft a bill that will go before the entire Senate for approval. For more information, email your senator. Each senator is listed by academic discipline: DSUSA.
Dixie State University
Undergraduate Research Office
Director: Stephen B. Armstrong
225 South 700 East
Holland Centennial Commons
Saint George, UT 84770
Tuesday & Thursday
2:30 pm – 5:00 pm
If you require additional hours, please
email us for an appointment!