Undergraduate Research

The ability to take part in individually mentored research and creative activity is one of the unique advantages MSU Moorhead offers students. Faculty-student mentored activity is a valuable part of our mission and is reflected in the University’s strategic priorities:

  • To provide real-world opportunities for students to apply learning
  • To connect students, faculty and staff in meaningful relationships with one another and the community

The resources on this page are designed to help you navigate the many opportunities that exist for collaboration and success.

Undergraduate Research News
  • Campus Engagement Survey (Student Voices Are Needed)
    Campus Engagement Survey (We Need Your Voice) The Office of Diversity & Inclusion is asking you to complete our campus […]
  • Dr. Greg Gokce Serdar’s Paper Accepted for Publication
    The article “The Impact of Institutional Context and Gender on Corporate Social Responsibility”, co-authored by Dr. Greg Gokce Serdar, Assistant […]
  • MSUM Faculty and Students Conduct Research at the Poverty Point World Heritage Site
    Last week a group of students and faculty from Minnesota State University Moorhead traveled to the Poverty Point World Heritage […]
  • Study Abroad Research presented at American Counseling Association National Conference
    Dr. Mary Dosch, Psychology, co-presented mixed-methods research entitled, “Growing Cultural Competence via Multidisciplinary Short-Term Study Abroad with a Service Learning […]
  • Applications for the Student Academic Conference are now open
    Applications to present at the 23rd Andrew B. Conteh Student Academic Conference (SAC) are now open. Applications can be found […]