This BSU Student Handbook is a guide to student's rights, responsibilities and resources.
The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) advances the culture of scholarly and creative excellence at Bridgewater State University by supporting curricular and co-curricular undergraduate research; educating students about how undergraduate research fits in a college career and helps them achieve post-college goals; and, in cooperation with the Adrian Tinsley Program, creating mentored research and creative opportunities for any student in any major.
ATP provides financial support for BSU undergraduates who wish to pursue independent research, scholarship or creative activities under the guidance of a faculty or librarian mentor. Through ATP, students design and develop research projects, learn new research skills, gain a more sophisticated understanding of the nature of academic research, and have opportunities to present their research and creative work at regional and national conferences. The expected outcome of this program is to graduate students with the self-confidence, motivation and ability to conduct independent scholarship and research.
For information on ATP funding opportunities, as well as off-campus funding sources for research and creative work, opportunities to publish and present at BSU and beyond, visit the OUR website (www.bridgew.edu/our)
and follow the links on the left side of the page.
Last Modified: March 5, 2012