The Undergraduate Research Programme (UROP) gives students a chance to participate in active research in their respective fields of study. It aims to engage students in the processes of intellectual inquiry, problem solving and creative thinking, and enhance intellectual exchange and collaboration between undergraduates and faculty. Students conduct research under the supervision of their projects during the semester, working full time on them during the vacation. UROP is offered in Department of Communications and New Media.
If interested, please contact the Principle Investigator (PI) as listed below:
|Principle Investigator (PI) and Team||Topic of Research Project||Duration of the Research Project|
|Associate Professor Leanne Chang||Communicating the use of biomedicine and traditional medicine between doctors and patients||Semester 2 of AY2014/2015|
|Associate Professor Lim Sun Sun||Media and juvenile delinquency: Understanding distinctions between media use by male and female||Semester 2 AY2014-2015|
|Assistant Professor Alex Mitchell||Authoring Tools for Collaborative Storytelling||Semester 2 of AY2014/2015|
|Assistant Professor Jude Yew||Harnessing serendipity: Serendipitous collaboration and social creative learning in Scratch||January 2015 - June 2015|