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Undergraduate Scholars Program

Undergraduate Scholars Program

The Undergraduate Scholars Program (USP) is designed to encourage and facilitate undergraduate research in collaboration with faculty members. Research projects may include any scholarly or creative activity ranging from traditional scientific experimentation to the creation of new artistic works, and can stem from a faculty mentor's research or be developed from a student's original idea. The USP supports student research by awarding grants and/or academic credit.

A quick glance at the focus of some recent projects-underground coal beds, characteristics of biofilm, nursing stereotypes, bioprospecting in Yellowstone National Park, and an unusual photography exhibit-highlights the wide range of undertakings the USP is willing to fund. The only stipulation is that the project must be considered to be scholarly work in the relevant disciplines(s).

For more information about the Undergraduate Scholars Program, visit the USP Web site at www.montana.edu/usp, e-mail to: msuace@cultural.org, or call (406) 994-3561.


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