Freshman Research Scholars

2016-17 Freshman Research Scholars

Sixty incoming Oklahoma State University freshmen from 7 states and representing 28 majors from all undergraduate colleges will each receive a $1,000 scholarship to pursue an early, hands-on introduction to university-level research in the Freshman Research Scholars (FRS) program.

Freshman Research Scholars program introduces students to research basics

Sixty incoming Oklahoma State University freshmen from nine states representing 33 majors from all undergraduate colleges will each receive a $1,000 scholarship to pursue an early, hands-on introduction to university-level research in the Freshman Research Scholars (FRS) program during the upcoming academic year.

Current Freshman Research Scholars

Important Dates

RCR and Ethics Training- October 30 & 31, 4-5 PM in CLB 219

Fall Semester Progress Reports Due- Nov 16, 2018 (form will be sent to you at the end of October)

Faculty Agreements Due- Nov 30, 2018 (access will be granted once the student completes their progress report)

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Research Symposium Registration Deadline- April 5, 2019

Freshman Research Scholar Symposium- April 19, 2019

Final Program Evaluation Due from Students- April 26, 2019

Final Evaluations Due from Faculty- May 15, 2019

 

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Prospective Freshman Researchers

Freshman Research Scholars Marketing ImageThe Freshman Research Scholars program at Oklahoma State University provides an opportunity for approximately sixty bright, ambitious students to extend their education beyond the classroom by engaging in cutting-edge research under the guidance of innovative faculty researchers.

OSU Welcomes 60 to the Freshman Research Scholars Program

Sixty incoming Oklahoma State University freshmen from 10 states have each received a $1,000 scholarship to pursue an early, hands-on introduction to university-level research this year. Representing 33 majors from aerospace engineering to zoology, the students will participate in the Freshman Research Scholars (FRS) program which has been recognized by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education for excellence in undergraduate research programming.