The Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry will enable undergraduates to stand at the center of creation and dissemination of knowledge.
The Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Inquiry strives to nurture and support mentored research pursuits of all undergraduate students to proactively transform and enrich their academic experience by providing inclusive and innovative research engagement opportunities and fostering collaborative partnerships in the world beyond the classroom.
"I first met Dr. Sabiiti during my sophomore year here at OSU. Dr. Sabiiti was here for his Fulbright visiting scholar experience and my professor in the Department of Horticulture and Crop Science, Dr. David Barker, set up a meeting for me with him. Right then and there during that first two hour meeting, Dr. Sabiiti invited me to come to Uganda with him to do an internship or research. Fast forward a year, and I got back in contact with Dr. Sabiiti! Through many emails back and forth, Dr. Barker and Dr. Sabiiti helped me come up with a research project that I could conduct in Uganda under Dr. Sabiiti. When I arrived in Uganda, I met another professor, Dr. Constantine Katongole, who also became one of my Ugandan mentors. Constantine went with me to all of my interviews, translated when necessary, and explained many things to me about dairy in Uganda.
My research would not have been possible without Dr. Sabiiti, Dr. Barker, and Dr. Katongole. I cannot thank them enough!"-Taylor Klass, Animal Science
As a unit of the Office of Undergraduate Education, we are committed to the core values of excellence and innovation, collaboration, community service, teamwork, inclusion and respect for diversity, integrity and personal accountability, openness, and trust.
To learn more about the office and its efforts, prior annual reports are available.
2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014