The Tuskegee University Office of Undergraduate Research (TUOUR) coordinates a University-Wide Undergraduate Research activities from all disciplines in STEM and non-STEM related fields, supports undergraduate and faculty research. The TUOUR serves as a clearing house for faculty and students for summer research opportunities, internships and practicums to assist colleges in achieving their outcomes for assisting students with summer research and internship opportunities. The office benefits undergraduate learning, enhances Tuskegee University undergraduate research capability, promotes Tuskegee University undergraduate research visibility in both STEM and non-STEM related areas.
The Tuskegee University Office for Undergraduate Research (TUOUR) is one of the Tuskegee University president, Dr. Johnson’s Student Engagement Initiatives. TUOUR seeks to enrich the research and scholarly experience of all Tuskegee University undergraduates from University-Wide disciplines in STEM and non-STEM related fields. We believe that students with research experience during their college careers are better prepared for their future. Accordingly, TUOUR aims to integrate student learning with experiences in the world beyond the classroom so that research can become a distinctive feature of the undergraduate experience for all STEM and non-STEM students at Tuskegee University. TUOUR strives to make undergraduate research a part of the students culture at Tuskegee University.
For more information please contact:
Fan Wu, Ph.D.Interim Director
Office of Undergraduate Research/Undergraduate Research Journal
Professor, Computer Science Department
John A. Kenney Hall, Room 71-232
Tuskegee, AL 36088