Resources for Conducting Research
Cornell Funding for Undergraduate Research
Cornell Funding for Undergraduate Research: Research funding can provide new opportunities to pursue the answers to exciting questions, travel to professional conferences, provide payment or stipends for time invested, procure necessary equipment and supplies, and many other benefits. Search the Database of Research Funding for all Cornell Undergraduates
Additional Funding Sources for Research. Students needing additional financial support, pursuing advanced studies, and experiencing hardship can access resources through these channels. Additional Funding Sources for Research
CALS Undergraduate Research Funding. The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences has funding for students to assist with research expenses. Undergraduate Funding Opportunities for CALS Students
A&S Undergraduate Research Funding. The College of Arts and Sciences offers students a variety of awards to fund supplies and travel associated with conducting and presenting research projects. Undergraduate Funding Opportunities for A&S Students
Library Guide: Research in the Biological and Life Sciences Cornell. This guide offers an overview of the services and resources available to help students search for literature, manage citations, write a thesis, and access student theses and publications.
Cornell Statistical Consulting Unit
Discover how to analyze and manage datasets in workshops from the Cornell Statistical Consulting Unit.
Data Collection, Management and Analysis Resources
Cornell Data Services offers a range of disciplinary, policy, data, and information technology experts for creating and implementing data management and sharing plans. Their team helps researchers find specialized data-related services they require at any stage of the research process, including initial exploration, data gathering, analysis and description, long-term preservation, and access.
Cornell Statistical Consulting Unit supports faculty, staff, and students with study design, data analysis, and statistics in their research. Resources include in-person workshops, tutorials, one-on-one consultations, and drop-in appointments.
Cornell Research Services supports the university's commitment to ethical research compliant with federal, state, and local laws, regulations, policies, and guidelines.
Best practices suggested by the Research Data Management Service Group.
Science communication courses
Science Communication: Learn to discuss your research and other complex issues with scientists and non-scientists by taking a course.
Cornell Undergraduate Research Board
Cornell Undergraduate Research Board (CURB) offers symposiums and workshops to present your research. Attend departmental seminars to learn about current research worldwide and join a network of undergraduates passionate about their work.