The CRRES Undergraduate Research Program in the Social Sciences and Humanities for research is related to CRRES’s mission to facilitate scholarship, mentorship, collaboration, and community, and serve as a platform for raising the visibility of research conducted in the areas of race, migration, ethnicity, and diversity.
The Center has been sponsoring the Undergraduate Research Program in the Social Sciences and Humanities (URP) since 2016. The objective of the URP is to allow motivated students the opportunity to experience hands-on work on a research project under the mentorship of a faculty mentor. The program is open to all faculty and undergraduate students at Indiana University, Bloomington. Project types and topics may vary across disciplines and may include either an independent project developed by the student and supervised by the faculty mentor or students working with the faculty mentor on a specific part of the mentor’s own research agenda.