Undergraduate Distinguished Scholars Research
The College of Human Sciences & Education’s Undergraduate Distinguished Scholars Program provides opportunities for undergraduate students to develop research competencies and conduct research studies with ongoing support from CHSE faculty volunteers and graduate student mentors.
Undergraduates participating in the Distinguished Scholars Program will learn research skills by participating in faculty and graduate student research, and will be mentored to conduct their own original research. Participating undergraduates will receive funding support to present their original research posters at an undergraduate research fair. Program completers will be acknowledged during the College’s diploma ceremony.
The program is open to any student enrolled in a CHSE undergraduate degree program. To learn more about the program, download this PDF.
For more information contact:
Dr. Jacqueline Bach
Associate Dean of Academic Programs & Services
Dr. Cynthia DiCarlo
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Once you are a researcher, you can apply for Undergraduate Research Travel Awards and have the opportunity to present at LSU Discover Day.
LSU Discover is an undergraduate research program dedicated to promote and enhance undergraduate research at LSU. The program provides resources for students and faculty, as well as develops activities designed to enrich student research. Nearly 30 students from CHSE participated in the program this year, researching topics ranging from early childhood education to kinesiology and fine motor control.