Undergraduate Research Opportunities

Students in environmental studies lab

For many Bucknell students, their most meaningful academic experiences are the research projects they undertake with faculty mentors.

The University provides many opportunities for students to get involved in research, starting the summer before their first semester and continuing through all four years.

Students who take part in research not only learn about their own projects, they build analytical and critical-thinking skills, leaving them better prepared to take on their first job or excel in graduate school.

Find Support for Your Research Project

The Office of Undergraduate Fellowships & Research helps coordinate undergraduate research opportunities for Bucknell students. To get started, contact: 

Margaret Marr, Director, Undergraduate Fellowships & Research
211 Carnegie Building

Learn more about available research opportunities below.

Undergraduate Research Programs

Present Your Research

Each year, hundreds of Bucknell students showcase their scholarship and gain valuable presentational experiences by presenting their work to a broader audience during conferences and symposiums on and near. Travel funds may also be available for students presenting their work at off-site conferences.

Contact Details

Undergraduate Fellowships & Research


211 Carnegie Building