The Office of Student Research promotes an inclusive research community that supports the intellectual development of new and experienced researchers. We support research in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines, humanities, social sciences, and art and performance fields, as well as professional studies that include business, social work and education.
We offer professional development, consultations, workshops and resources for faculty and students, and we facilitate various collaborative and independent research opportunities.
OSR provides professional development consultations for undergraduate and graduate students. We assist undergraduate students with applications for internal and external funding and research programs, conference abstracts and proposals, curriculum vitae, presentations and publication submission. Students should make an appointment with the consultant for their discipline.
Dr. Crystal S. Anderson, Director, provides consultations with undergraduates with interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary interests as well as graduate students. She is also available to consult with faculty about student research. Email her at email@example.com to schedule an appointment.
Megan Gross, Graduate Student Assistant, consults with undergraduate students with projects in the following areas: Biological and Environmental Sciences, Chemistry and Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science, Music, Nursing, Theatre, Art, Graphic and Animation Design, Accounting, Economics, Finance and Real Estate and Information Systems and Cyber Security, Management and Marketing, Military Science.
Brittany Williams, Graduate Student Assistant, consults with undergraduate students with projects in the following areas: Communication Studies, English and Modern Languages, History, Political Science and Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Anthropology and Criminal Justice, Education and Special Education, Health, Athletic Training, Recreation and Kinesiology, Social Work and Communication Sciences and Disorders.