ORSP has moved! Our new location is on the 6th floor of Wayne Hall; Office 611
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) promotes and facilitates the research environment of WCU. We assist faculty and students who are interested in being involved in research on campus.
Sustainability Research Seminar Series Announced This Fall, join WCU’s Office of Sustainability in welcoming a dozen WCU scholars from a dozen academic fields presenting their research on topics that deepen our understanding of concepts and applications of environmental, social, and economic sustainability. See calendar below for dates/times.
Fall 2017 Research day was a great success. We had over 50 poster presentation and 24 oral presentations spanning a wide variety of disciplines. Please save the date of April 3rd for our Spring 2018 Research day!
Academic Affairs and ORSP are pleased to announce the launch of the FY 2019 Provost Research Grants.
Applications must be submitted as a single PDF file via D2L before 4:00pm, Friday, January 19, 2018
All documents related to this announcement (including the call for proposal and budget form) can be found on the "Provost Research Grants" D2L site. This site can be found under the category of Resorce Sites on the main D2L page. Click "RFP and other documents" to access all related forms and documents.
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The fifth WCU Summer Undergraduate Research Institute (SURI) is now accepting applications from current WCU undergraduate students and their WCU faculty mentors. Program information and the joint student/faculty application can be found in the links below. Selected applicants will spend five weeks during summer 2018 (June 4th through July 6th) conducting research and scholarly/creative work full-time (40 hours/week) under the direct supervision of a faculty member. At the end of the five-week program, interested students will be able to apply for a three-week extension to their experience, during which they can continue work on their projects. SURI allows undergraduate students to pursue a substantial research question, contribute to a scholarly endeavor, or to produce an artistic or creative work, while being mentored by a faculty member.