The Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry facilitates mentored research experiences for undergraduate students from all disciplines at K-State, as well as provides public forums for students to share their research project and experiences to the larger K-State community.
Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry
The Developing Scholars Program Fund is used to provide awards, books, food and travel for undergraduates in the Developing Scholars program.
The Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry serves an interdisciplinary community. It encourages undergraduate students and faculty to engage in inquiry because whether a scientist, a business woman or an artist, a cutting-edge history is our K-State tradition!
As the first land-grant college created under the Morrill Act and the oldest public university in the state of Kansas, Kansas State University has a long tradition of pioneering spirit. Since its earliest days when both men and women were welcomed into the K-State family, the institution has pioneered the most cutting edge ideas of our time. From early agriculture field research to women making their place in the academy, we are a family of scholars out to change the world.