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Undergraduate Research Project Management System

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Undergraduate Research Project Management System

The Undergraduate Research Project Management System was developed by the Office of Undergraduate Research and Scholarship in conjunction with the Task Force on Undergraduate Research and Scholarship.

The system is a public, online database of research projects that involve undergraduates as part of the research team. It is intended both to inform students, colleagues, and the community about UAA's undergraduate research projects.


There are currently 328 projects, 348 students, and 160 faculty registered in the database.

Add or Edit Your Project

Faculty members can add new projects to the database or edit existing projects from their Profile page. You must first log in by entering your credentials at the top-right of this page. Student researchers can update any project that they have been assigned to by a faculty mentor.

Browse Research Projects

Use the menu to the left to search or browse projects by keyword, name, title, department, date, or projects that are seeking student research assistants. Click on the icons below to explore projects by discipline.


All Research Projects

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Physical Sciences

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Mathematical Sciences

Engineering

Social Sciences

Humanities

Art and Preforming Arts

Health Sciences

Recently Created or Updated Projects

Title Activity Date
1.

How can the People Mover increase ridership among jobholders?
Keywords: public transportation, bus, people mover
Chad Farrell, Brynn Wagner

07/15/2015 09:22PM
2.

Holding On or Letting Go: a journey to release
Keywords: sculpture, emotion
Mariano Gonzales, Gillian Brinnand

05/29/2015 04:36PM
3.

West Nile Virus RNA Sequences that Induce Type 1 Interferon
Keywords:
Eric Bortz

04/23/2015 05:15PM
4.

Interferon Responses in HIV Latency
Keywords:
Eric Bortz

04/23/2015 05:13PM
5.

“DANGER SIGNALS” INDUCED BY INTERFERON IN HUMAN TUMOR CELLS
Keywords:
Eric Bortz

04/23/2015 05:13PM