URSA Engage is designed to establish mentoring relationships for undergraduates early in their academic programs at OSU.
The Research for Undergraduates Network (RUN) is a community of undergraduate research mentors (faculty, graduate students, & post-docs) and those who facilitate undergraduate research programs at OSU.
Mentor agreements operate similar to a contract between faculty and students outlining goals, expectations, and other aspects of collaborative work.
Here you can find strategies that OSU mentors are currently using to keep their undergraduates engaged in research while working remotely.
The Office of URSA; Graduate School; Research Office; and Faculty Affairs invite nominations for the Excellence in Undergraduate Research Mentoring Awards.
The mission of the Center for Teaching and Learning is to inspire, cultivate, recognize and celebrate teaching excellence at Oregon State University.