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URFP and MMUF Scholarship Info Workshop
Join us Tuesday, November 1 from 3:30-4:30pm in Murphy A334. Learn all about applying to the Undergraduate Research Fellows Program and Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program!

Apply by Nov 15th for the URFP and MMUF programs!
The application is now open for the Undergraduate Research Fellows Program (URFP) and the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellows program (URFP). See eligibility and instructions on the URFP and on the MMUF here.

Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Research Scholarships
Applications are now open for fall 2016 Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Research Scholarships. Deadline to apply is October 7th, 2016.

Work on a faculty member's research project!
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Welcome!
The Undergraduate Research Center for the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences serves all students in humanities, arts, social science, and behavioral science disciplines. We invite you to explore our website or drop by our office (A334 Murphy Hall) to find out more about our programs and services. We look forward to meeting you!

Why Do Research?
Conducting research as an undergraduate is an excellent way to gain experiences and skills that will benefit you both academically and professionally. In addition to providing an opportunity to explore your areas of interest in depth, undergraduate research encourages you to develop skills in collaborative learning and critical thinking. For students interested in pursuing graduate school, undergraduate research is a way of expanding your education outside of the classroom and preparing yourself for the rigors of graduate study. Even if you are unsure about graduate studies, conducting undergraduate research is a great way to develop skills that are useful for a variety of careers, as well as to test the suitability of a research-oriented career to your interests.

Learn more! Undergraduate Research at UCLA
Learn more! Undergraduate Research at UCLA


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