External Scholarships and Undergraduate Research Center

External Scholarships and Undergraduate Research Center

Come visit us during our walk-in office hours:

Mondays and Fridays 10am-12pm, Tuesdays 1pm-3pm, and Wednesdays 1pm-2pm

Email urc@binghamton.edu to schedule a meeting with an advisor


 

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Summer Scholars and Artists Program (SSAP)

Undergraduate students from any discipline can apply for a $3500 stipend to work on mentor-supported research or creative project over the summer.

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The Source Project

First year students have a unique opportunity to enroll in a sequence of two research seminars in the humanities or social sciences to develop their ability to discover, analyze and communicate new knowledge.

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Research Days

Any Binghamton University student can present their creative activity or research during Research Days.

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Research and Scholarship Advising

We have walk-in and appointment hours available every day to meet individually with graduate or undergraduate students who are interested in getting started with research, furthering their research or applying for competitive, merit-based internal or external scholarships, fellowships, awards.

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Binghamton University Undergraduate Journal (Alpenglow)

We publish an open-access, digital journal that features undergraduate work and is part of the Undergraduate Research Commons.

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Undergraduate Research Award

Undergraduate students can apply for funds to support their research and creative projects and to travel to conferences to present their work.

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