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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.
Please download the following PDF ncuire_rfa_for_ay_18-19-_spring_applications.pdf to obtain the complete Request for Applications.
NCUIRE Drop in information Session: Wednesday February 28th, 1 to 2 pm, FAB S101
Dr. Siân Mooney is the director of NCUIRE. She is an economist that studies water use in the Western US, endangered species and the impacts of climate change. She is committed to providing Undergraduate Research Opportunities and benefitted greatly from these experiences herself! Dr. Mooney has more than 20 years of academic experience with students, research, and program management.
Dr. Eric Swank serves as the associate director of NCUIRE. He teaches research classes in Social & Cultural Analysis and brings expertise in designing, managing and evaluating undergraduate research experiences. He writes on issues of sexual prejudice and political activism, loves talking research with students, and has published over ten peer-reviewed articles with undergraduate students.
To contact Dr. Mooney or Dr. Swank please email: NCUIRE@asu.edu