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Research and Sponsored Programs

Administration 310

Office: 719.549.2294
Fax: 719.549.2071

Student Research

All Colleges and Departments on campus are committed to providing students with research/training opportunities. Students should contact faculty, Department Chairs, and or Dean Offices directly to inquire about research and training opportunities.

Colleges, Departments, and Faculty

All Colleges and Departments on campus are committed to providing students with research/training opportunities.  Students should contact faculty, Department Chairs, and or Dean Offices directly to inquire about research and training opportunities.

Institute of Cannabis Research

Research activities are conducted under the direction of individual faculty members. Students interested in research opportunities may consider contacting faculty engaged in research of interest or contact the Institute of Cannabis Research and we can put the student into contact with Institute of Cannabis Research researchers.

Please contact us at ICR@csupueblo.edu for additional information.

Communities to Build Active Stem Engagement (CBASE)

The CSU-Pueblo’s Communities to Build Active STEM Engagement (CBASE) Title III grant integrates curricular (new and redesigned coursework), co-curricular (undergraduate research opportunities, mentorship, student services), and programmatic (professional development, community building, and seminar series) initiatives to achieve our primary goals of increasing retention and graduation rates of undergraduate STEM students, with emphasis on students from underrepresented backgrounds.

CBASE

External Research Opportunities

Many governmental agencies offer research opportunities such as summer internships and fellowships.  Students can ask their professors or contact the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs for help locating such opportunities.

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)

Federal Internships and Fellowships

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Research and Sponsored Programs

Administration 310

Office: 719.549.2294
Fax: 719.549.2071

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