Undergraduate Research Positions
- Research positions for undergraduates are orchestrated through the Center for Undergraduate Fellowships and Research (CUFR).
- Research opportunities may be paid or unpaid.
Book a consultation with a research librarian for a personalized appointment to help you strategize and find the resources you need for any projects, papers, presentations, and articles, or anything else you’re researching.
Book a consultation with a Geographic Information Systems (GIS) specialist.
Book a consultation for help with statistical analyses in Excel, Python, R, SAS, SPSS, or Stata.
Book a consultation with our data services librarian for help organizing your data and preparing your data for long-term storage and sharing.
Book a programming or software development consultation with a member of the Scholarly Technology Group, who can consult in the following areas:
- Coding and scripting, including review and debugging
- Selecting the best tools for what you need to do
- Data cleaning and wrangling
- Retrieving data from web sites and APIs, including social media data (learn about Social Feed Manager)
- Full-text indexing
- Data visualization
Appointments can be in-person or online via WebEx. Please provide your own device and software, as needed, for your consultation. You can find support for installing common software on our Academic Software & Technology page.
Please note that our consultants do not provide answers to homework problems. For assistance with assignments in computer science courses, students should get in touch with their professor or TA or attend the Computer Science Study Halls. Undergraduate and graduate students are limited to meeting with the statistical and software consultants once per week.
GW Research Days is an annual, two-day showcase of research, scholarship, and creative endeavors at GW. At Research Days, students communicate the results of their work to the GW community and compete for presentation prizes. Before the event, GW Research Days hosts workshops on presentation and making a research poster. Workshops are typically held in February and March, and the showcase event typically occurs in April. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Search for undergraduate research awards, which fund faculty-mentored undergraduate research projects, and programs that provide research opportunities for undergraduates at federal agencies, national laboratories, and other universities.
- The Office of Graduate and Student Assistantships and Fellowships educates graduate students about funding opportunities at the Master’s and PhD levels.
- There are many different types of research opportunities available, including research, study abroad, national, and GW-department based.
- Graduate students should speak to their faculty advisor about disciplinary-specific research opportunities.