Office of Undergraduate Research

Find a Research Project

There are approximately 200 research projects posted by UWM faculty members on this site. Use the links on this page to find projects that interest you. Think expansively. Look beyond your school or college, and think about your passions as well as your major. If you do not find something that interests you, do not despair! If you come to us with specific areas of interest, we can probably find a match for you beyond the projects listed here. If you have questions, just send a quick email to Kyla Esguerra, Associate Director, at kylam@uwm.edu.



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The relative roles of competition and facilitation in structuring plant communities

We are looking for a full-time field assistant, from May to late August, 2011. The research project examines how both competition and facilitation operate in plant communities, and at what point each...   Details

Theory Development for the Optimized Hierarchical Microstructures of Composites

The objective of the proposed research is on the robust evaluation, prediction, and identification of the performance of metallic composites. Specifically, we focus on the structural and mechanical...   Details

Time-resolved spectroscopic studies of nitrite reduction by the enzyme ccNiR

We are interested in the enzymes that some bacteria use to catalyze ammonia-nitrite interconversion, an ecologically important process. In the bacterium S. oneidensis, Nitrite reduction to ammonia...   Details

Towards Automated Understanding of Health Questions to Create New Conversational Agents

We are doing research to create new text messaging-based automated systems to provide health information and respond to questions. This work involves assessing the information needs of target...   Details

Training Behavioral Activation and Functional Analytic Psythotherapy Online

This project is focused on the online training of psychologists in effective treatments. This project concerned with the use of modern computer technology to make the training of psychologists as...   Details

Transgenic zebrafish as a Tool for Looking at the Effects of Environmental Toxicants on Development

We use gene trapping to create transgenic zebrafish expressing fluorescent proteins in different cells or tissues during developments. The light emitted by the fluorescent protein allows one to...   Details

Treadmill Stepping in Infants with Spina Bifida

Objective 1. Establish stepping trajectories across the first year of life for infants with SB. Objective 2. Determine sensory enhancements that result in increased stepping frequencies for...   Details

U_REACH Undergraduate Research Experiences in Adolescent and Child Health

The U-REACH program is accepting applications from UWM undergraduate students to work alongside faculty members who are conducting research on a variety of topics in child and adolescent health....   Details

Understanding Multi-Level Barriers to Physical Activity and Health Behaviors in Older Adults

This project addresses our limited knowledge of the physical, psychosocial, and environmental factors associated with reduced physical activity and relative impacts of these factors on cardiovascular...   Details

Understanding Southeast Asian Students' Perceptions of Intimate Partner Violence: A Q-Methodology Study.

Intimate partner violence (IPV) is a significant problem in the U.S. as about 4.8 million women each year experience physical assaults and rapes. Womens experiences of IPV can have long-term harmful...   Details