According to the Council on Undergraduate Research, undergraduate research is a mentored investigation or creative inquiry conducted by undergraduates that seeks to make a scholarly or artistic contribution to knowledge.
Fort Lewis College is proud of its student-centered undergraduate research across campus—from art studios to labs, the library, the theatre, and our incredible outdoor learning spaces!
Learn how to become an undergraduate researcher with this handy checklist.
Explore opportunities that are available both on and off campus.
FLC offers student grants for research and travel to present at conferences.
Attend events for student & faculty research.
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Participants of the inaugural Tribal Water Media Fellowship recently presented their projects exploring the many connections of Indigenous cultures with water.
Associate Professor of Health Sciences Missy Thompson reflects on the evolution of exercise science at FLC.
Fort Lewis College professors are testing microfluidic chip devices that mimic organ functions, bringing in new funding to the College and cutting-edge research opportunities for undergraduate students.
Each spring, just before commencement, Fort Lewis College hosts the Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities Symposium to celebrate the research and creative works of graduating seniors.
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