Undergraduate research is breaking new paths in knowledge and insight at Northern. Student researchers are active in the schools of Fine Arts, Business, and Education, as well as the College of Arts and Sciences.
Some students are working on Honors projects to fulfill the requirements of an honoribus degree; others conduct independent study or research activities to enrich learning.
Current NSU students will find research resources and support on myNSU
NSU Undergraduate Scholarship and Activity Forum
This forum is a venue in which Northern undergraduates can present their research or scholarly activities. The next forum will be at 10 a.m. April 7, 2016, in the Round Room of Williams Library on the NSU campus.
Applications are due March 31, 2016.
2015 forum winners
NSU Undergraduate Competitive Research Grant
Eligible undergraduate students are welcome to apply for a grant of up to $3,500 in support of an independent research project. This is a competitive program; no more than one grant will be awarded. Qualified applicants will be required to provide a brief oral presentation to the NSU Proposal Review Committee. The grant recipient will present his or her scholarly activity as a poster at the Pierre Poster Session in early March in Pierre, S.D.
Applications are open for the 2015-16 academic year. Application materials are available on myNSU.
Learn more about grants and funding opportunities through the NSU Grants Office
Undergraduate Internships and Research Opportunities
Northern shares and promotes internships and research opportunities, an important tool for NSU undergraduates. Details are available for current students on myNSU.