A major objective of the Committee on Research is to encourage student research and creative activity on campus and to enhance that aspect of the educational mission of the College.
The Committee is charged with: (1) facilitating the Student Grant Program for Research and Creative Activity, including reviewing applications and making awards; and (2) supporting Student Research and Creative Activity (SRCA) Day.
2017-2018 Committee Meetings (open)
Time and Place for Meeting #1: Wednesday, September 13th, 3:00 pm - Craven Lounge (Morris Conference Center)
Approximately $60,000 per year is available through the Student Grant and related programs. Applications are accepted each semester for funding of up to $1,500/project to conduct original research or creative work with faculty sponsorship.
COMING SOON: New guidelines and application materials will be available early in the fall 2017 semester for funding commencing January 2018.
Contact a member of the Committee on Research to discuss your project ideas, or to learn how to get involved in independent research or creative work.
Student Research & Creative Activity Day
The 2017 Student Research & Creative Activity Day, held on April 12, featured 115 presentations representing 166 student participants sponsored by 68 different faculty mentors.
SUNY Oneonta students have the opportunity to attend and present research and creative work at the SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference (SURC), held annually on a different SUNY campus since 2015. Many students also attend and/or present projects at discipline-specific regional, national and international scholarly conferences, with travel funding supported through the D'Antonio Undergraduate Student Travel for Excellence Program and/or the Student Travel for Excellence Fund.
The 2017 Student Research and Creative Activity Award recipients made oral presentations at the final Faculty Convivium of the year on April 26, and were also honored at the Academic Achievement Awards on May 3.
SUNY Oneonta is an institutional member of the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR).
This page last updated 9/12/2017