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OSRHE strongly supports the development of undergraduate student research initiatives, including activities of the Council of Undergraduate Research (CUR) and the Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR). Conference announcements, internship opportunities and other undergraduate research events will be posted here as they occur.

The Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education have provided links to several websites and hope they are helpful. However, the State Regents cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy or content of these external sites or guarantee full access to them. All links open in a new window.

If you have a suggestion for an additional resource link or an opportunity to share in this area, contact Christine Fisher, OSRHE coordinator of grant writing and external funding assistance, at to discuss.

Research News and Opportunities

Check this area of the site for research news and opportunities.


Oklahoma Institutional Programs: East Central University (PDF, 19k)
Oklahoma Institutional Programs: Northeastern State University (PDF, 17k)
Oklahoma Institutional Programs: Southeastern OK State University (PDF, 47k)
Council on Undergraduate Student Research
Summer Internships
Oklahoma EPSCoR
Eloquent Science: A Practical Guide to Becoming a Better Writer, Speaker, & Atmospheric Scientist
National Science Foundation (NSF) REU Program
Oklahoma Study Abroad

CUR Monographs

  • Undergraduate Research at Community Colleges – Publication is available in full-text online by clicking the above link. Edited by Brent D. Cejda and Nancy Hensel (Dr. Penny Coggins, Redlands Community College, contributed to this monograph.).
  • How to Mentor Undergraduate Researchers – By Carolyn Ash Merkel, California Institute of Technology, and Shenda M. Baker, Harvey Mudd College.
  • Initiating and Sustaining Undergraduate Research Programs Institute
  • Reinvigorating the Undergraduate Experience: Successful Models Supported by NSF’s AIRE/RAIRE Program – Edited by Linda Kauffman and Janet Stocks, Carnegie Mellon University.