McCormick School of Engineering, Northwestern University

Research Opportunities

  • Students in Mechanical Lab

    Participate in Cutting-Edge Research

    Students work on surface haptic technology in the Laboratory for Intelligent Mechanical Systems

  • Students performing research

    Gain Advantage when Applying to Graduate School or Industry

    Research experience on your resume can give you an edge when applying for positions after graduation

  • Jewett Lab

    Collaborate with Your Future Colleagues

    Students in the lab of Michael Jewett



As a McCormick undergraduate, you have the chance to take part in the kind of unique and forward-looking research that defines Northwestern University. Fortunately there are also numerous opportunities to fund your research.

McCormick Corporate Partner Undergraduate Research

Thanks to the generosity of our partner companies in private industry, the McCormick Office of Corporate Relations is able to offer sponsored research opportunities to our sophomores and juniors.

Northwestern Research Opportunities for Undergraduates

Northwestern offers its students numerous opportunities to fund their research through grants. Funding is available for the academic year, summer projects, and conference travel.

McCormick Research Opportunities for Undergraduates

The Office of the Provost has developed a searchable database as a way of helping students to match their interests to the opportunities on campus and around the world. The Undergrad ARCH (Accessing Research and Creative Help) has faceted search capabilities, enabling you to search in many ways. Undergraduates looking for research positions can learn more about undergraduate research and browse research opportunities from McCormick faculty members through the Undergrad ARCH site.


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