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

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What We Can Say and How We Can Say It

There are dozens of basic principles that affect what you can say, what you can know, and the conditions under which you can use and talk about what you know in the world's constitutions. This...   Details

What is the English Education Methods Course in the 21st Century?

This study investigates how English teacher candidates are being prepared to teach secondary English language arts in a changing political, economic, and cultural context. The researchers in this...   Details

Wind turbine research

Wind energy is one of the important renewable sources of the energy for 21st century. This project focuses mainly on the turbine blade design for residential wind turbines. The project will consist...   Details

Wisconsin Farm Oral History Project

Nicknamed the Dairy State, with over 78,000 farms from Bayfield to Kenosha, Wisconsin is one of the most agriculturally prolific states in the country. The Wisconsin Farms Oral History project, an...   Details

Work with Marine Robots

Undergraduate research positions are available in my lab to work on our amphibious robot project. LMAR - the Lake Michigan Amphibious Robot - is our working prototype vehicle. It is designed to be...   Details

Zebrafish as a Model System for Studying Skeletal Deformities in Humans

We use zebrafish as a model system for studying how gene products and environmental factors interact to cause defects in the skeletal system. We have isolated mutant fish with a high rate of...   Details

Zebrafish as a Model for Studying Neurodegeneration and Dementias in Humans

We use zebrafish as a model system for looking at how genes and environment interact to cause defects in the nervous system. We are particularly interested in how exposure of embryos to common...   Details