UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH PROGRAM
The Undergraduate Research Office is located in the Classroom Office Building, Room 156 B. For information regarding the grants for the program, an application, or for answers to your questions please review the web site or contact either Dr. Joseph Bularzik, Ms. Terrie Szot Chance, or Mrs. Charlette Routh.
Dr. Joseph Bularzik
Director, Student Research Office
CLO 156 B
Department of Chemistry and Physics
Ms. Terri Szot Chance
Asst. to the Assoc. Vice Chancelor for Research and Professional Development
Mrs. Charlette Routh, Secretary
Grant Application Information Sheet
Student Research Grants
The Undergraduate Research Program at Purdue University Calumet exists to help undergraduates participate in research and scholarly activities, in collaboration with Purdue Calumet faculty. A student and his or her faculty sponsor work together on a project of mutual interest, and research can be performed in any discipline on campus. The mentoring relationship developed through the research and scholarly process is beneficial to the student and to the faculty member. Students have the opportunity to participate in a research project from beginning to end, to go beyond classroom experience and to investigate an idea in great depth. Faculty have the enjoyment of being able to move beyond the classroom examples with students who are actively engaged in the discovery process.
The Undergraduate Research Program at Purdue Calumet has several facets:
- With the Admissions Office, we cooperate in recruiting students who are likely candidates for the program.
- With the academic departments on campus, we work to promote campus research opportunities for undergraduates, and our office helps to publicize off-campus research opportunities and undergraduate research conferences.
- With the Office of Advancement, we work to help increase funds for undergraduates interested in research.