Explore areas of interest by working alongside faculty in those fields. A wide range of opportunities exist for undergraduate research. All Tulane faculty, across a wide range of academic focus, have supervised undergrad research projects, including recent Honors theses and independent studies. Contact any faculty member about research opportunities they may have and consult with your major advisor about potential coursework credit.
This program is an opportunity for students to work with a Tulane professor on a scholarly project for six weeks during the summer. First-year, sophomore, and junior Honors students in all schools are welcome to apply, and it is open to students with or without research experience. Funding includes housing and a stipend so that students can focus on this enhanced academic experience. The program supports six weeks of research on the Tulane campus, supervised by a Tulane faculty member.
Newcomb-Tulane College awards $100,000 annually to full-time undergraduate students for a variety of projects, including research. Applications for summer internship funding are only considered during March and April.