The Office of Research encourages undergraduate students to become actively engaged in research as well. Please visit the sections below for more information.
There are many examples of successful faculty-student collaborations at CSU. Dr. Kiril Streletzky, associate professor in the Department of Physics, is an excellent example of a faculty member with a history of engaging students in research collaborations. He has successfully collaborated with many students, including undergraduate students, as part of his research program at CSU. Dr. Streletzky recently presented an invited talk, Engaged physics learning through undergraduate research, undergraduate teaching, and SPS activities, at the 246th American Chemical Society National Meeting in which he emphasized the role of CSU's Undergraduate Summer Research Award Program.
Watch this brief video to learn more about undergraduate student research at Cleveland State University.