All students are encouraged to do undergraduate research while at Georgia Tech. Below are some resources to help you find research related to your field of study, opportunities for funding and presenting your work, and more information on how to get involved!
Why should you participate in Research Programs? These programs give you a great opportunity to share your research work with other students and faculty from all over campus, learn about your field of study in an informal atmosphere, gain valuable skills and experience in presenting your work, all while making an impact on other undergraduates who may be wondering what research is all about.
Georgia Tech undergraduate students have many opportunities to participate in research with faculty across campus. Student may earn course credit or salary for their work. Participation can be during any semester and at any time during tenure as an undergraduate students. The best way for students to get involved is to review faculty web pages and see who is doing research that they find exciting. Also, please visit our 10 Simple Steps to Finding a Research Position guidelines. If students want more guidance, they can talk to the undergraduate coordinator in their school, found here.
Also, there are many special summer programs for students funded by research contracts and grants. Click the following links to find some valuable research opportunities both on and off campus: