Undergraduate Research

Experiential learning is a hallmark of a UM-Dearborn education.

Classroom discussions and readings come alive through research.

We offer students ample opportunities to collaborate with faculty and even find grants to work independently on cutting-edge research.

Students have traveled to Taiwan to study the mating behavior of spiders and spent years in the lab seeking a cure for triple negative breast cancer. Given the support and resources you need, what will you research?

Upper-level undergraduate and graduate students are actively involved in research projects conducted by iLabs—the University of Michigan-Dearborn’s Office of Engagement and Impact.