CURAS

Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship

 

The Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship (CURAS) supports and facilitates undergraduate research across all schools and colleges at Creighton University. Creighton has been recognized repeatedly by US News and World Report as an exceptional leader in undergraduate research and creative projects. CURAS aims to continue to develop and showcase this thriving research culture on our campus. Whether you are a student interested in learning more about research opportunities on campus, or a faculty member looking to collaborate with undergraduates in your research, CURAS is here to help. One primary way we do so is by offering grants to both faculty and undergraduates in support of research projects. Please look around our website to learn more about who we are and what undergraduate research looks like at Creighton. 

 

 

Recognized by U.S. News and World Report as a Top University for Undergraduate Research/Creative Projects (the only Catholic university on the list).

Through the Clare Booth Luce program, one of 13 institutions providing undergraduate and graduate scholarships to women studying science or math.

Provides training and programming for students to enhance their research skills and scholarly aptitude.

Facilitates interactions with faculty members to provide students with the opportunity to develop hands-on skills.

No. 1 among Catholic universities for Goldwater Scholarship recipients.

15 Fulbright recipients over the past 13 years.

Spreads the word about student achievement and supports travel for students to present their results at meetings and conferences.

Serves as a resource for students to learn about and get involved in research and scholarly activities in a variety of disciplines.

200 students present their findings at national and regional scholarly conferences each year.

50% of students in the College of Arts and Sciences are engaged in research.

40+ funded summer research scholarships annually.

Coordinates the Summer Undergraduate Research and Creative Projects Program, which funds undergraduate summer projects.