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Office of Undergraduate Research

Faculty liaisons

OUR liaisons are faculty members within departments or programs who are interested and involved in undergraduate research, scholarly work, and/or creative activities. They facilitate communication between the OUR and the faculty and students in their department or program. 


  • Inform faculty and students in their departments and programs about deadlines, events, services, and programs offered by the OUR, including end-of-quarter poster sessions, research and travel grants for students, SOURCE, and mentoring;
  • Give feedback to the OUR from their faculty colleagues about the OUR programs and ways to better support their department or program;
  • Work with the OUR to develop strategies to reach out to faculty and students within their department or program;
  • Serve as a resource for undergraduate research, scholarly work, and creative activities within their department or program with the support of the OUR as needed.

The responsibility of appointing a liaison and the process for doing so lies within each department or program. If you are interested in becoming a liaison, talk to your chair or program director.

Current liaisons

College of the Arts and Humanities
Africana and Black Studies 
Asian Studies 
Film Studies 
Latino & Latin American Studies 
MusicGayla Blaisdell
Philosophy and Religious StudiesCynthia Coe
Theatre Arts 
World Languages and CulturesVolha Isakava


College of Business
Finance and Supply Chain Management 
Management and Marketing 

College of Education and Professional Studies
Air Force ROTC 
Army ROTC 
Curriculum, Supervision, and Educational Leadership 
Education, Development, Teaching, and Learning 
Engineering Technologies, Safety, and Construction 
Family and Consumer Sciences 
Health Sciences 
Information Technology and Administrative Management 
Physical Education, School Health, and Movement Studies 




College of the Sciences
American Indian Studies 
Anthropology and Museum Studies 
Biological SciencesGabrielle Stryker
ChemistryTimothy Beng
Computer Science 
Craft Brewing 
Environmental StudiesPam McMullin-Messier
Ethnic Studies 
Geological Sciences 
Integrated Energy Management 
Interdisciplinary Studies - Social Sciences 
Law and Justice 
Political Science 
Primate Behavior and Ecology 
Science Education 
Women's and Gender Studies 


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