Support Undergraduate Research

Community Partners and OUR-UNLV

The UNLV Office of Undergraduate Research is excited about our connections to our community collaborators. Purposeful engagement with colleagues in our Las Vegas entrepreneurial community, healthcare industry, entertainment industry, and leaders in education and social services are essential to the success of our undergraduates. And our prepared undergraduates are critical for a thriving and vibrant Las Vegas community. A commitment to OUR-UNLV undergraduates is a socially responsible impact investment worthy of your time and resources. There are several options for individuals, organizations, and businesses to get involved in undergraduate research here at UNLV. We invite you to get involved in OUR-UNLV. Ways you and your organization can get involved with OUR-UNLV:

  • Attend OUR undergraduate research events
  • Volunteer as a judge for our March 11, 2016 Undergraduate Research Forum
  • Join the OUR-UNLV advisory board
  • Consider integrating a UNLV undergraduate into your organization’s research
  • Looking for an awesome intern? Consider a UNLV undergraduate student
  • Have other ideas? Let us know!

Why be a Benefactor to OUR-UNLV?

The Office of Undergraduate Research supports scholarly activities and professional development for undergraduate students at UNLV in all academic fields from fine arts to Engineering. Your contribution will support a wide range of undergraduate student activities by allowing students in diverse fields to extend their education beyond the classroom and apply what they’ve learned to discover, innovate, create, and experience. Undergraduate student research not only benefits the students and faculty who participate in these activities, it also contributes to innovation and research productivity at UNLV with new ideas and energy from these emerging scholars. The Las Vegas community also profits from student research involvement by providing valuable skills and training to students who will go on to careers in Southern Nevada, and through students’ entrepreneurial activities and creative ideas that result from being engaged in the research experience. If you are interested in finding out more about our benefactor programs please contact us!