Undergraduate Research

At PVAMU, Undergraduate Research (UR) is scholarly, collaborative original work carried out by a student or group of students within a faculty-mentored environment; and publicly disseminate research outcomes to make practical impacts on the campus and offcampus audiences. Participating in undergraduate research and creative projects in all fields will: 

  • Create an active learning environment
  • Motivate, promote and allow students to work one-on-one with research mentors 
  • Contribute to the creation of new knowledge 
  • Sharpen critical and analytical thinking skills 
  • Complement and extend classroom learning 
  • Enhance confidence in abilities 
  • Facilitate preparation for graduate-level study 

Contact Us

Dr. Grace T. Abolaji
Manager, Undergraduate Research

Delco, Room 133
P.O. Box 519: MS: 2800
Prairie View, TX 77446

Phone (936) 261-1565
Fax:  (936) 261-3529; (936) 261-1707
E-mail: gtabolaji@pvamu.edu

Abstract Writing Seminar

January 15, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every year that begins at 12:00pm on day 15 of January, repeating indefinitely

The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) commits to:

  • Expand and facilitate collaborations for undergraduate research among all disciplines
  • Encourage initiatives to enrich the learning experiences of undergraduates beyond the classroom
  • Facilitate faculty-student mentorship to integrate student research into course curricula and explore the unknown through hands-on experiences
  • Promote students and faculty research to internally and external audiences

Mission 

The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) at PVAMU aim at advancing research excellence by providing opportunities for undergraduate students to engage in faculty-mentored research and creative projects that will: 

  • Expand and facilitate collaborations for research among all disciplines 
  • Encourage initiatives to enrich the learning experiences of undergraduates beyond the classroom 
  • Facilitate faculty-student mentorship to integrate student research into course curricula and explore the unknown through hands-on experiences 
  • Promote students and faculty research to internal and external audiences 

UR seeks the opportunity to collaborate with colleges/departments/offices/programs, agencies, organizations, companies, industries, and entrepreneurs to achieve the shared goals of capacity building of undergraduate students as they participate in various research and development programs at PVAMU.  

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