Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Students interested in gaining research experience have the opportunity to work with the distinguished research faculty in the Department of Poultry Science.
Research Experiences for Undergraduates
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences also offers undergraduate research opportunities through the Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program. The REU program is a grant-based summer program held by universities across the nation to enhance undergraduate participation in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) research. For 10 weeks, REU students participate in real-world scientific investigations under the guidance of a faculty mentor and receive both a stipend and housing for the duration of the program.
Undergraduate Research in Poultry Science
The Department of Poultry Science offers exciting undergraduate research opportunities that allow students to delve into the world of scientific inquiry and discovery. Engaging in research as an undergraduate provides invaluable experiences, fostering critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and a deeper understanding of the field. By visiting the research page linked below, prospective students can explore the diverse and groundbreaking projects that the department’s esteemed faculty members are leading. Whether it’s investigating novel vaccination methods, exploring sustainable poultry production, or studying the impact of nutrition on bird health, the research page showcases a wide range of topics. Students interested in getting involved can easily reach out to the faculty members directly through the provided contact information. This direct interaction empowers aspiring researchers to initiate discussions, express their interest, and potentially become an integral part of cutting-edge research teams, setting the stage for a fulfilling and impactful journey in the field of poultry science.