Undergraduate Research

Research isn't just for graduate students and faculty. Here at the College of Arts and Sciences we want our undergraduates to take advantage of all of the research opportunities the College has to offer. Whether you're an Art major, a Biology major, or a Political Science major, there is research opportunity available to you.

You can watch students talk about some of their recent research below. For more information on how to get involved in student research at UAB, visit the Office for Undergraduate Research.

Computer Science major Brett Kirkland presents his research about the newly installed 3D printing lab located in the Computer Science department at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, which will help further research in all disciplines. Produced by UAB Digital Media.

Neuroscience major Tooba Anwer presents her research at the 2013 UAB Undergraduate Exposition. Her research focuses on spinal cord astrocyte dysfunction in a mouse model of Alexander Disease. This presentation won 3rd place in the Biological and Life Sciences Poster Session II. Produced by UAB Digital Media.

Biology major Sope Oguntuyo presents his research on Mycobacteriophage Classification in Advance of Full Genome Sequencing. Produced by UAB Digital Media.

Political Science major Farah Al Farhan presents her research of foreign regimes, how they have affected our modern societies, and why foreign policy analysis is vitally important. Produced by UAB Digital Media.