UA Researchers

Note: This database is a list of faculty who welcome undergraduate students into their research projects. It is up to faculty to keep this list updated.
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Students may also search for research positions, events, and opportunities in Handshake.

Faculty Members: For more information on updating your information in the faculty database please visit ur.arizona.edu/update. For help listing active undergraduate research opportunities in Handshake, contact Kelley Merriam-Castro at kmerriam@arizona.edu.
Name Departmentsort ascending Offering Research Opportunities? Types of Opportunities Prereqs Research Location End Date
Caitlyn Hall
Biosystems Engineering-Ins
Yes
Paid
Volunteer
For Credit
None
Tucson main campus
Qin Chen
Pharmacy Practice and Science
Yes
Volunteer
None
Tucson main campus
Fernando Martinez
Asthma/Airway Disease Rsch Ctr
Yes
Volunteer
For Credit
None
Tucson main campus
Paloma Beamer
Public Health Administration
Yes
Paid
Volunteer
For Credit
None
Tucson main campus
Bradley Ross
School of Mining and Mineral Resources
Yes
Paid
Interest in Mining
Tucson main campus
Melissa Herbst-Kralovetz
Basic Medical Sciences
Yes
Volunteer
For Credit
None
Phoenix
Lawrence Deluca
Emergency Medicine
Yes
Volunteer
For Credit
None
Other
Zhiyu Dai
Internal Medicine
Yes
Volunteer
None
Phoenix
Paul Wagner
College of Applied Science and Technology
Yes
Volunteer
N/A
Online
Aaron Tesch
College of Applied Science and Technology
Yes
Volunteer
For Credit
BASV 316 or equivalent
Online
Rozhin Yasaei
College of Applied Science and Technology
Yes
Volunteer
For Credit
Programming
Tucson main campus
Dmitriy Nurullayev
College of Applied Science and Technology
Yes
For Credit
None
Tucson main campus
Dalal Alharthi
College of Applied Science and Technology
Yes
Volunteer
For Credit
Preferred interest in Cloud Computing/Security; Machine Learning; Incident Response; Vulnerability Assessment/Remediation; Human-Computer Interaction (HCI); Social Engineering; and Cybersecurity Education. Interdisciplinary Research opportunities are available in the intersection between the area of Cybersecurity and several areas such as Computer Science; Public Administration; Business Administration; and Education. Opportunities are voluntary or for credit. If volunteering, you should commit to 6 hours or more per week. For credit, you may enroll in an Independent Study course.
Online
Ryan Straight
College of Applied Science and Technology
Yes
For Credit
Preferred interested in extended reality and comfortable with fully remote research. Enrollment in APCV 399 (1-3 credit hours) required.
Online
Dongkyun Kang
Wyant College of Optical Sciences
Yes
Volunteer
For Credit
None
Tucson main campus
Euan Mcleod
Wyant College of Optical Sciences
Yes
Volunteer
For Credit
None
Tucson main campus
Sabrina Helm
The Norton School of Human Ecology
Yes
For Credit
None
Tucson main campus
Norma Perez-Brena
The Norton School of Human Ecology
Yes
Volunteer
Research Methods
Tucson main campus
Melissa Barnett
The Norton School of Human Ecology
Yes
Volunteer
For Credit
None
Tucson main campus
Melissa Delgado
The Norton School of Human Ecology
Yes
Volunteer
For Credit
None
Tucson main campus
Katharine Zeiders
The Norton School of Human Ecology
Yes
For Credit
None
Tucson main campus
Kirsten Limesand
Graduate College Administration
Yes
Volunteer
None
Tucson main campus
Charles Hsu
Radiation Oncology
Yes
Volunteer
Data Collection, proficiency in Excel / RedCap / STATA/ SAS/R or other statistical analysis packages
Tucson off-campus
Carlos Caulin
Otolaryngology
Yes
For Credit
None
Tucson main campus
Elise Erickson
College of Nursing
Yes
Paid
Volunteer
For Credit
None
Tucson main campus