The National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) is a forum for undergraduate students to present their research. This year Carleton sent a group of four students, supervised by Professor... More
Students and parents alike know that Carleton offers a top-notch academic experience, but what they will also discover is that Carleton offers many opportunities for undergraduate students to conduct their own research. Undergraduate research provides students opportunities to work with a professor in their field and gain experience with the research process.
Undergraduate Research at a Glance:
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The Carleton University Research Experience for Undergraduate Students is an initiative that supports students in their undergraduate years to conduct beneficial research that may inspire them to continue into graduate studies.
To learn about the experience of I-CUREUS participants, a website has been developed with student testimonials. The stories you will read here have been researched and written by Carleton University undergraduate journalism students.
If you are interested in participating in I-CUREUS, please visit http://www6.carleton.ca/discoverycentre/undergraduate-research/icureus/.
For interested faculty members, please visit http://www6.carleton.ca/discoverycentre/for-faculty/i-cureus-for-faculty/
There are many funding opportunities available to Undergraduate Students at Carleton University. Funding is available through External Awards, searching outside of carleton.ca using Community of Science (COS) and Internal Awards (within carleton.ca). Visit the Funding Sources section of the Carleton University Research Office website for more information.
Carleton Professors and Research
- Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
- Faculty of Engineering and Design
- Faculty of Public Affairs
- Faculty of Science
- Sprott School of Business
Carleton University Faculty members also conduct research projects beyond the scope of each of the research centres. To learn more about individual projects and meet the professors involved follow Carleton’s research stories… http://www1.carleton.ca/research/success-stories/
To learn more about Carleton’s research opportunities, visit the Carleton University Research Office (CURO)
From engineering and science to the arts and humanities, Carleton University is expanding the boundaries of our knowledge. Carleton’s Research Centres have a place for you.
Profile: As a second-year Bachelor’s in Information Technology (BIT) Interactive Multimedia & Design student, Taryn Laurendeau is engaged with research for Professor Audrey Girouard on... More
NAME: Gabi Doiron PROGRAM: Combined Honours in Humanities and Art History, fourth year FIELD OF RESEARCH: Art History 1. What have you been doing with your I-CUREUS research? Professor Michael... More
NAME: Shelby Thompson FIELD OF STUDY: Bachelor of Science Honours in Psychology with a Minor in Neuroscience, 3rd year SUPERVISOR: Professor Deepthi Kamawar (Cognitive Science and Psychology) 1.... More
If you are an undergraduate student interested in gaining real-life research experience by working part-time with a faculty supervisor, the Internship-Carleton University Research Experience for... More
Technology and history have come together in Professor Shawn Graham’s first year history seminar, check it out! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PB4NPjXyoN4#t=66... More
Carleton undergraduate students are getting in touch with their inner child through the Kids in Ottawa Project (KIOP). The aim? To understand community resilience in the face of adversity,... More
A 3-D prosthetic hand, assistive devices for users in rural Uganda and a navigation system took the top three spots at the Innovative Design for Accessibility (IDeA) competition this past May. For... More
Heather McAlister shares her experiences performing undergraduate research in South Africa with her research partner Khadija Ga’al and sharing their research at NCUR 2012. Hi, my name is... More