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"Too many people associate their college education with lectures, tests, and papers. . .Students at Colorado State have the opportunity to be immersed in high level hands-on activities."
Professor Nancy Levinger, Dept. of Chemistry

Since 1995, undergraduate students at Colorado State University have participated in a variety of events related to original research, design and the creative arts. Celebrate Undergraduate Research & Creativity provides a venue for integrating experiential learning into the undergraduate curriculum. The goals include providing scholarships for bright, ambitious Colorado State undergraduates and fostering a close connection between faculty and students. Most projects are faculty-mentored endeavors, meaning students collaborate directly with a faculty member on a research project.

The annual showcase and awards ceremony every spring features award winners from different disciplines.  Students are invited to submit their award-winning projects to the CSU Libraries' Celebrate Undergraduate Research & Creativity Digital Showcase.


View student projects from previous years.

CSU Students:

Interested in undergraduate research opportunities at CSU? 
Check out the Office for Undergraduate Research and Artistry for a list of undergraduate research opportunities for CSU students on-campus and elsewhere in the country.

Did your project win an award at the CURC Competition?
Submit your project to the CSU Libraries' Celebrate Undergraduate Research & Creativity Digital Showcase and get a stable URL for your project that you can put in your resume, send to your family and friends, etc.!


Questions or comments?  Contact Michelle Wilde.


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