New College Undergraduate Inquiry and Research Experiences

NCUIRE: Research Opportunities at the New College at ASU

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Undergraduate research is an integral component of the New College experience. The New College Undergraduate Inquiry & Research Experiences (NCUIRE) Program provides opportunities to New College undergraduates to engage in meaningful research partnerships with faculty and other undergraduates.

Faculty-student research collaboration benefits students, faculty and the university. For students, research is a great way to gain experience that may make you more competitive when you apply for jobs. You’ll delve deeper into many of the most intriguing topics you cover in your coursework. Plus, research encourages you to apply what you learn in the classroom to solve real-world problems as you work alongside a world-renowned expert in your field of interest. You may also gain a mentor who can help guide you as you progress through your academic career and beyond. Finally, if you are majoring in a New College program you can be eligible for a small stipend or college class credits.

NCUIRE information session: ASU students who want to learn more about NCUIRE can register for a zoom discussion that will occur Wednesday September 22 event from 2 to 3pm.

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Applications for the Fall 2022 NCUIRE program are due Wednesday, March 2nd, 2022. Detailed information on how to apply can be found by clicking this attachment

Want to know more on how NCUIRE can help build your future? Check out this article, written by a recent NCUIRE graduate, on the value undergraduate research provided her as a Sun Devil.

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