One of the pillars of a University of Michigan education is an unwavering commitment to research. The University of Michigan-Flint builds on that legacy by fostering a culture of research and support for faculty and student investigators throughout the entire life-cycle of their research initiatives.
Schools and College
The University of Michigan-Flint is home to the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Health Professions and Studies, the School of Education and Human Services (which includes Social Work), and the School of Management. With such a broad spectrum of disciplines and growing graduate programs and international presence, the University of Michigan-Flint is an excellent resource for industry and community collaborative partners.
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Undergraduate Research at UM-Flint
- Over the last six years, student participation in the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) has increased nearly 800%.
- In 2011 UM-Flint held its inaugural Student Research Conference, joining the Michigan Undergraduate Research Forum, Meeting of the Minds, and the National Conference on Undergraduate Research as annual research events in which UM-Flint students participate.
The Office of Research at the University of Michigan-Flint serves as an advocate and facilitator of research and creative activities on the Flint campus. The university is host to many research assets including broad-based faculty expertise, laboratories and community-based projects, student projects, and educational centers.
UM-Flint's Office of Research
Ann Arbor's Office of Research & Sponsored Projects
The Office of Research & Sponsored Projects (ORSP) on the Ann Arbor campus facilitates sponsored projects with industry, including negotiating agreements for industry-sponsored research. Additional information is available at the OSRP Website: http://orsp.umich.edu/