Arizona State University supports numerous opportunities for undergraduates to participate in real world interdisciplinary research to help students bridge the gap between textbooks and careers. Many programs offer funding and academic credit.
Barrett, the Honors College, offers the Community of Undergraduate Research Scholars program to support research teams of faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students. The program offers rich and varied research opportunities as well as a close community of peer researchers while providing opportunities for undergraduates to build their professional and research identities in interdisciplinary contexts.
Research Experiences for Undergraduates is a National Science Foundation program. The program engages undergraduates from across the country in research with faculty and graduate students at ASU during the summer.
The ASU Study Abroad Office administers more than 300 study abroad programs in over 60 countries around the world, and offers outstanding sustainability-related programs.
The School of Sustainability partners with community businesses and organizations to provide undergraduate and graduate internships.
Graduate students earn a monthly stipend while working with faculty members on cutting-edge research in the field of sustainability science.
Graduate students write proposals for summer research grants allocated through CAP LTER.