Student Research at Roosevelt

The Office of Student Research (OSR) believes that inquiry, discovery, and creative scholarship are central to students’ academic and personal growth, as well as their intellectual development. We seek to cultivate a vibrant community of learners from across the University, creating a transformative experience for the entire Roosevelt community.

The OSR seeks to nurture and encourage students with their academic experiences by expanding opportunities that facilitate, support, fund, and recognize student research and mission-related creative and scholarly projects. 

Abel Amezcua, a Roosevelt admission counselor who speaks Spanish and frequently works with prospective undocumented students and their parents

Research Opportunities and Funding

Learn more about on- and off- campus opportunities to get involved in research and creative scholarship.

23 Roosevelt students on their way to Detroit for the Women of Color STEM Conference

Conference and Publication Opportunities

Opportunities for students to present their work to a wider audience.

mentorship program.

Training and Mentorship

Participate in research- and creative-inquiry related activities on campus.

Graduates at commencement

Grad School Prep

Advice and self-assessment tools for students interested in pursuing research and creative inquiry in graduate school.

Student presenting analytics

Roosevelt Student Research & Scholarship Symposium

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Director of Student Research