The Hazy Library and Learning Center is home to the Undergraduate Research Institute (URI). URI promotes research, scholarly, and creative activities at the undergraduate level. By enhancing critical thinking, problem solving and communication skills, URI helps to prepare Embry-Riddle students to contribute as productive individuals, employees, and citizens. URI is university-wide and invites students and faculty from all disciplines to participate.
Why participate in URI?
- Gain hands-on research experience
- Participate in national competitions
- Strengthen your resume
- Network with industry leaders, faculty, and students
Participation in URI includes:
- One-on-one work with faculty members
- Workshops in Ethics & Professionalism, Presentations, Scholarships and Fellowships
- Share your findings at the ERAU Undergraduate Symposium, ERAU Discovery Day, ERAU outreach events and external conferences
Research Resources – Online Tools
In order to advance research initiatives, the following online tools are being utilized:
- Council on Undergraduate Research
- ERAU Scholarly Commons
- Undergraduate Research @ Embry-Riddle
- Undergraduate Research Institute – ERAU PC
The institute’s director, Dr. Anne Boettcher, is available for research consultation by e-mail, or by stopping by Hazy Library room 117 to make an appointment.
For general information and inquires about the URI please contact Ginger MacGowan by e-mail or phone 928-777-4874, or by stopping by Hazy Library room 119.
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