Undergraduate Research Ambassadors aim to create an intellectual community on Auburn’s campus by offering students a peer advisor to individually assist them in the process of becoming involved with research. Being students experienced in undergraduate research, the Ambassadors strive to provide each student with advice on getting started in the research process, working with a mentor, writing proposals and abstracts, applying for funding, and making the most out of their research experience.
The Undergraduate Research Ambassadors are available to give presentations on research and research opportunities for classes, clubs, etc. If you would like to request an appearance by the Ambassadors, please contact Anna Robinson at email@example.com.
Applications to serve as an Undergraduate Research Ambassador go out each spring.
Check back frequently for updates regarding events put on by the Undergraduate Research Ambassadors and ways that you might be able to help.
Undergraduate Research Opportunities Fair
The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Fair is an opportunity for students to browse through different research opportunities happening at all the different colleges that make up Auburn University. You will be able to speak with representatives of each college to gain further knowledge of their areas of research as well as their college’s available opportunities and how you can get involved with them. This year’s Fair will be Wednesday, April 13th, in the Student Center.
Office of Undergraduate Research:
Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs
Director of Undergraduate Research