Other Resources

Contact ORU

Suite 122 King Library
Oxford, OH 45056
phone: 513-529-1775

Miami University Resources

Miami's Career Services maintains several databases, search engines, and other means of obtaining internships, many of which either involve hands-on research or activities for which we can help you to include a corresponding research component.

Miami’s Humanities Center currently offers numerous programs for cross-disciplinary collaboration, undergraduate research and public inquiry. The center recently received a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) award that will fund three new programs: a Humanities Teaching Lab, a Faculty Research Collective and a Research Apprenticeship Program in which students will work closely with faculty on high-level research projects. Interested student are encouraged to contact the center to get involved.

Miami’s Roger & Joyce Howe Center for Writing Excellence assures that Miami fully prepares all of its graduates to excel in the writing they will do after college. Students work closely with faculty and peers on many writing activities to prepare for their careers, roles as community and civic leaders, and personal lives.

Miami’s Statistical Consulting Center (SCC) offers statistical consulting to faculty, staff, graduate and undergraduate students conducting research at Miami University. The SCC is a group of statisticians who provide consultation on all aspects of data collection, analysis and interpretation.

Miami University's Study Abroad Office is committed to assisting Miami University students to identify and plan for a research experience abroad. Contact studyabroad@miamioh.edu, 513-529-8600 or visit the office to chat about program affordability and credit transfer. Ask about a Co-sponsored program such as EuroScholars for which students can use their Miami scholarships toward the cost of tuition of the program and students can apply for additional Miami study abroad scholarships to support their participation.

Western Inquiry Center housed in historic Peabody Hall, the center fosters intellectual exploration through inquiry within and outside the classroom. Students trained as Inquiry Mentors assist their peers in understanding the inquiry process to support independent studies and self-directed projects.

External Resources

Check out the sites below and contact the Office of Research for Undergraduates to chat one-on-one about how to get started.

Purdue University’s Online Writing Lab Purdue’s “OWL” site provides a wealth of information, examples, and tutorials for both general writing as well as scientific and technical writing, including discipline-specific information.

Creating Effective Poster Presentations Large format posters communicate the essence of your research at a conference. Essential elements are: a short informative title, an introduction to your important question, pictures and graphs providing the reader easy access to your data, citations of research sources, funding sources and acknowledgements of mentors and other contributors. North Caroline State faculty George Hess | Kathryn Tosney | Leon Liegel offer an useful guide to get you started and more.

Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) provides a wealth of information for students interested in getting involved in research. We strongly encourage everyone (faculty, staff, undergraduate and graduate students) to visit CUR Resources to learn about membership benefits and professional development opportunities.  Joining CUR is free for Miami undergraduates, graduate students, faculty and staff.  Miami's Enhanced Institutional Membership covers the cost of your membership. To Join CUR, Open the CUR individual membership page, choose Miami University (OH) from the Institutional Members Drop Down list.  A dialogue box will appear asking you to confirm your selection of Miami OH.  Click the OK button and then complete the remainder of the form and submit.