Student Resources

  •  We support student researchers at Seattle University through the following activities. Please feel free to contact our Undergraduate Research Coordinator with any questions you may have and watch our website for updated information and announcements.

    Undergraduate Research Coordinator

    Dr. Meena Rishi  

    Seattle University Undergraduate Research Association (SUURA)

    Supporting student researchers for over a decade SUURA works with the Provost Office to create opportunities for Seattle University’s students to work with a faculty mentor in research and to present their work at national conferences and an annual celebration of student research at SU each May.

     SUURA 2016 will be May 13th, 2016 in Student Center, Pigott, Hunthausen, and Alumni Center. To submit a proposal to present at SUURA 2016 please watch this space for a link to an application. 

    Travel Grants for Student Conference Presentation

    Undergraduate student researchers may apply for a $500 travel grant to assist with the cost of presenting at national conferences aside from NCUR. For more information and an application click on the links below.

    Undergraduate Student Travel Award Information
    Undergraduate Student Travel Award Application

    Travel Grants For Graduate Student Conference Presentation

    Graduate student researchers may apply for a $500 travel grant to assist with the cost or presenting at conferences. For more information and an application see the links below.

    Graduate Student Travel Award Information
    Graduate Student Travel Award Application

    National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR)

    Seattle University sends several students each spring to this yearly, national showcase. NCUR 2016 will be April 7-9 at the University of North Carolina at Asheville. To apply for a scholarship to attend and present at this conference email your abstract and this cover sheet to us by December 2, 2015. Instructions are on the linked cover form.