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Undergraduate Research Program

The Undergraduate Research Program at Meredith College offers direction and support for students who are ready to be original, to push at the boundaries of the classroom and the textbook, and to connect with others who share their interests.



Contact Information
Paul Winterhoff
Professor, Human Environmental Sciences, Director of General Education and Director of Undergraduate Research
115-B Joyner
winterhoff@meredith.edu
(919) 760-2356


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  • Her internships, study abroad, undergraduate research, and coursework have combined to create a life-changing education
  • As a Meredith College scholar in the GlaxoSmithKline Women in Science program, Destiny McDuffie, ’16, gained valuable research and professional experience that gave her an edge when it came time to apply to grad school
  • Studying abroad is often described by college students as a life-changing experience. For Meredith Hovis, ’16, the time she spent in Costa Rica was truly transformative

The Undergraduate Research Program promotes collaborative projects involving students and faculty from throughout campus. Students in all academic programs are eligible to earn course credit for approved research. Academic advisers and faculty who share a student’s interest can offer further information and guidance. 

Meredith offers many opportunities for students to participate in and present original research, such as:

  • Celebrating Student Achievement Day
  • Research and Travel Grants
  • Summer Research Stipends
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Undergraduate Research at Meredith

Check out this video series to see the many ways Meredith College students are going strong in undergraduate research. 

Undergraduate Research at Meredith

Check out this video series to see the many ways Meredith College students are going strong in undergraduate research. 

Lara Pantlin

Lara Pantlin

During her time at Meredith College, student-athlete Lara Pantlin, ’14, funneled her creativity into undergraduate research, which is now a big part of her life as a Ph.D. candidate.

Asha Tuli

Asha Tuli

Having lived in five countries and attended four schools, one thing Asha Tuli, ’17, has learned is adaptability.

Kristin Long

Kristin Long

Computer science major Kristin Long, ’17, feels well prepared for her job as a software developer after graduation.