Connecting with Students for Research
UGAR does not match students with faculty mentors.
Ways of connecting with students for research:
- Students may contact faculty directly about research opportunities.
- Faculty may contact students directly (e.g. students in their classes or emails to majors)
- Faculty may submit project descriptions to the online project database, a tool many students use to find potential faculty research mentors.
- Faculty who have their own funding to pay student researchers may choose to list a position in JobNet.
UGAR programs are competitive and funding is limited, so faculty selection of a student does not guarantee acceptance into the program. In addition, it is the students' responsibility to check UGAR program guidelines to ensure that they are eligible to apply.