Highlander research rookies program
The Highlander Research Rookies program provides 15 apprenticeships each year to high-achieving and highly-motivated first and second year students. Students, selected as Highlander Research Rookies through a competitive process, are paired with a faculty mentor, working alongside him or her for 10 hours per week, thereby maximizing opportunities for research-based engagement and learning. Students earn a $4,000 stipend ($2,000 at the end of each semester with the submission of their research progress report). Find out more on the Research Rookies website.
Applications completed (including recommendation) and submitted on or before February 1 will receive priority consideration.
The application for currently enrolled first-year students will be available early 2019.
Ongoing acceptance and review of student travel requests while funds last.
Radford students and faculty can join the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) for free!
The Office of Undergraduate Research & Scholarship (OURS) advances a sustainable culture of undergraduate research, scholarship and creative activities at Radford University.
2nd Celebration of Student and Faculty Collaborative Research Publications and Creative Activities
The Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship is honored to celebrate every fall the accomplishments of student-faculty teams that have contributed to their field of study via publication or public performances and showings of their work. The 2017-2018 academic year saw Radford University saw faculty mentors with undergraduate students reach the highest level of dissemination in publications in research, scholarship, and creative activities. The Program can be found here.