Dive into discovery
To pursue knowledge, to generate discoveries that advance our ability to solve environmental challenges - that is what research is all about.
Put Learning into Action
Get hands-on experience and discover what sparks your interest when you participate in engaged learning. Through a research experience you will not only gain skills that will catapult into your future, you will gain a network of professionals that will serve as life-long mentors.
A Research Group for Every Passion Under the Sun and Sea
In the many small and large research groups, institutes and centers, and in every subject imaginable, School for the Environment students are designing new technologies, discovering new genes, uncovering Earth's climate history, and ensuring economic prosperity and a just future for urban communities.
School for the Environment Research Experiences
Faculty in the School for the Environment offer a wide variety of research opportunities. Post-doctoral investigators and graduate students round out a network of research mentors that, in collaboration with faculty, ensure that undergraduate researchers gain the experiences they need to succeed.
If you'd like assistance in finding an opportunity, just complete the Research Experience Inquiry form.
National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates
The National Science Foundation provides support for research experience for undergraduates (REU), typically in the summer, across the US and in a breadth of disciplines including the social sciences.
- School for the Environment's Coastal Research in Environmental Science and Technology (CREST) REU program
- Search for an REU Site