Cornell hosts several student organizations with a focus on undergraduate research. Student-run, with faculty mentors, these organizations provide peer and faculty advice, leadership and writing experience, and annual opportunities to present research. For a complete listing of registered student organizations see the list maintained by the Student Activities Office.
Cornell Undergraduate Research Board is dedicated to fostering, encouraging, and supporting undergraduate research at Cornell. Each year, CURB sponsors a Fall Open House for students looking to get started in undergraduate research and a Spring Forum with a convocation and poster sessions showcasing student research. Check out the student-written guide to undergraduate research at Cornell: Research 101.
The Research Paper, a magazine written by undergraduates featuring research stories from across the Cornell campus. Each edition is a rich resource of information and UR stories.
The Triple Helix, is an international non-profit organization, founded here at Cornell University, with 30 chapters at the world’s most prestigious universities. The Triple Helix produces a journal written by undergraduates that promotes the understanding of the impact of science and technology on society and their interaction with some of the most pressing and intriguing modern issues in science and society.