Undergraduate Research and Creative Achievement Day
Research in the academic sense typically refers to scholarly or scientific study of a focused subject. This broadly fits the criteria for URCAD. Typically, the work should be done either independently by the student, or in collaboration with a faculty mentor. The work should not be from a typical lecture course, though this is not a hard and fast rule. Many projects start as proposals from “research methods” or “practicum” courses. The main criteria are that the work be original and performed under the direction or supervision of a full-time member of the CCSU faculty.
For more information contact:
Aimee Pozorski, PhD, firstname.lastname@example.org