The Office of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, & the Arts (Office of URSA) works to connect undergraduate students interested in conducting research or creative work experiences at OSU by providing tools and resources to engage with professionals, present in symposiums, and interact with scientific or creative communities. The Office of URSA also manages the largest undergraduate research program at OSU, URSA Engage, which connects early-career students (first-year, second-year students, and transfer students in their first year) with dedicated faculty mentors.
Undergraduate research experiences promote student engagement in ways that traditional classroom instruction cannot. Faculty mentors can help students build confidence, develop problem-solving skills, refine career interests, and facilitate important connections for graduate school or employment after graduation.
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Interested in hands-on learning? Want to find solutions to questions no one knows the answers to? This is the episode for you! In this final episode of Season 3, Delta and Cori cover URSA, Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, and the Arts. They are joined by Stephanie Ramos who is the Associate Director of URSA and the Program Coordinator for STEM leaders to talk all things research at OSU!