Undergraduate research and creative activity happens in every corner of campus, and many programs have long promoted student engagement in the research mission of Syracuse University. The following are some programs and collaborators that engage with and support undergraduate research; additional programs are available in each school or college. The SOURCE, as a central hub, can help students identify the initiatives that fit their interests and goals.
Center for Fellowship & Scholarship Advising (CFSA)
Promotes and supports nationally competitive fellowship and scholarship opportunities; helps students and alumni identify opportunities appropriate to their interests and backgrounds and assists them through all stages of the application process.
Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP)
Provides academic enrichment and research experience STEM areas, including supervised training in research methods, graduate/professional school admissions preparation, standardized test preparation, and personal and professional development activities.
Connects the campus innovation ecosystem with a global network that provides support for aspiring entrepreneurs.
Lender Center for Social Justice
Aspires to foster proactive, innovative and interdisciplinary approaches to issues related to social justice, equity, and inclusion. Supports student fellows to collaborate on a faculty-led research project.
Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP)
Dedicated to increasing the number of underrepresented students graduating with baccalaureate degrees in the STEM fields by providing research support.
McNair Scholars Program
Prepares high-achieving undergraduate students for graduate/doctoral studies with hands-on research, academic services, and scholarly activities.
Student-run team exploring emerging technologies through innovative and collaborative research projects to develop real business applications.
Renée Crown University Honors Program
Supports high-achieving students from all disciplines with a challenging curriculum and support through a thesis project.
Engages students and faculty by providing institutional leadership for experiential learning through community engagement in order to enhance academic learning objectives, research and the student experience.
International study programs that prepare students to imagine the world differently with invaluable internships, Signature Seminars, language study at all levels, homestays, and community engagement projects.
Women in Science and Engineering (WISE)
Supports the recruitment, persistence, and advancement of women in STEM with research-based strategies and an active community of mentors and peers.