Additional Research Opportunities
This undergraduate research opportunity is sponsored by Cincinnati Children's Hospital, UC College of Medicine (UCCOM), and the University Honors Program.
Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows at UC COM and CCHMC mentor University Honors students in biomedical research labs. This program is geared towards first- and second-year undergraduate honors students (with or without prior research experience) who are interested in careers in biomedical research and/or entering PhD, MD, or MD/PhD programs in biomedical fields
University Honors students who are engaged in unpaid research or internships can apply for honors grants to support their work.
The UC Sigma Xi chapter offers this competitive award to full-time UC students for Grants-in-Aid of Research in all areas of science and engineering. Students may use the award for travel expenses to and from a research site, to present research results at a national science or engineering meeting, or for purchase of consumable research materials and supplies or non-standard laboratory equipment necessary to complete a specific research project. These grant awards are made possible by the Violet M. Diller Endowment to the UC Chapter of Sigma Xi and the Office of the Vice President for Research.
The Taft Research Center's Undergraduate Research Award recognizes superior undergraduate student achievement in the completion of a substantial independent research project that culminates in the writing of a capstone paper, thesis, or expository work and its presentation preferably at the annual University Undergraduate Research Conference or some other academic setting at UC or beyond. The broad purpose of the award is to reward undergraduates for engaging in substantial and creative independent research.
The Department of Biological Sciences Undergraduate Research Program provides an opportunity for students to conduct research with Biological Sciences faculty or with outside faculty whose research is relevant to the biological sciences.All undergraduates are eligible, but faculty may prefer students that have completed two years of coursework.
WISE is a 12-week summer Research Experience for Women Undergraduates (REWU) in science and engineering, that engages women students at UC in research projects with faculty in a wide variety of disciplines. The vision is to provide an environment for women in Science and Engineering to attain their full potential as students and faculty, while the mission to engage women students in activities with faculty and peers to promote their success in the science and engineering professions.
The Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program helps undergraduate students prepare for doctoral studies through various scholarly activities. It is one of several Federal TRIO Programs - educational opportunity outreach programs designed to motivate and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds. TRIO includes six outreach programs targeted to serve and assist low-income, first-generation, and disabled students as they progress through the academic pipeline from middle school to postbaccalaureate programs.