Undergraduate Research (UGR) is student-faculty collaborative research and scholarship that produces “an inquiry or investigation conducted by an undergraduate student that makes an original or creative contribution to the discipline.” Undergraduate Research opportunities include: Departmental Honors Projects, Research Intensive Independent Study, and Research Intensive courses
Every Spring, a research symposium is sponsored for the public presentation of the results of students’ research and creative projects. In addition, students have opportunities to submit their work for presentation at state, regional, and national conferences in their disciplines and at the National Council on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) conference
2015 Spring Symposium
The 2015 JU Faculty & Student Symposium scheduled for Monday, April 6 through Wednesday, April 8, 2015 in DCOB Conference Rooms B & C. The Symposium is a formal presentation event similar to professional conferences.
Congratulations to 2013 - 2014 Undergraduate Research Fund Recipients!
|||Student||Research Project||Advisor ||Award|||
|||Katherine Kara||Canine Heartworm Infection: Mosquito Vector Species Richness and Abundance in Jacksonville, FL||John Enz||$1,100|||
|||Ciarra Slater||Predicting Sea Turtle Abundance and Reproductive Success using long term data sets from Ponte Vedra Beach, Northeastern Florida, USA.||Jeremy Stalker||$1,100|||
|||Brianna Huynh & Sarah Sierra||The Effects of Binge Drinking on Long-Term Strength Gains in Female Athletes||Christopher Robertson||$800|||
|The Undergraduate Research Fund was established in 2006 with gifts from faculty, alumni and university supporters. It is entirely funded by gifts, and to date has funded more than 35 students. With this year’s awards, more than $17,000 in awards has been given out.|