HMC Undergraduate Research Opportunities provides students with regularly-scheduled, clearly articulated, and equitable access to research opportunities across all fields.

Research mentors are members of the community who can provide meaningful research experiences for undergraduates, including postdocs and professors.

Log in with your HMC credentials so you can participate!

(if you do not have HMC credentials and are a member of the 5Cs, please get in touch with Mark Ilton milton@hmc.edu)

Timeline for Fall 2021

For Research Mentors

  • Monday, November 8 at 6:00am - First day to post projects
  • Sunday, November 21 at 11:59pm - Last day to post projects
  • Monday, December 6 at 6:00am - First day to view applications
  • Sunday, December 19 at 11:59pm - Last day to accept applicants using the site

For Students

  • Monday, November 22 at 6:00am - First day to apply for projects
  • Sunday, December 5 at 11:59pm - Last day to apply for projects

All times listed in Pacific Time (PT). 

 

Note: The "Last day to accept applications" is when mentors send out first offers to students through the site. Some mentors might send out offers directly to students by email after this date. 

Recent Blog Posts

Message to students about Fall 2021 URO round

Dear HMC students,  A number of HMC professors are advertising and recruiting for Spring 2022 and Summer 2022 research positions using the HMC Undergraduate Research Opportunities site. If you are interested in learning about these positions or applying to them, go to https://uro.hmc.edu to register, set up your profile, and apply to what looks exciting. The current round includes positions available this spring and/or summer. Please note, we will have another round at the beginning of next semester that also includes summer positions. If you don't see projects from a faculty member you're interested in working with, please get in touch with them directly to ask about their timeline.

Message to faculty about Fall 2021 URO round

Dear HMC faculty,

If you are looking to recruit students for your research, scholarship, or creative projects in the spring term or during summer (either for academic credit or for pay) and are interested in using the uro.hmc.edu site, please read on. The current round includes positions available this spring and/or summer. Please note, we will have another round at the beginning of next semester specifically for summer positions, so if you have summer positions available, you can use the site to recruit now or next semester (or both).