URA Office Hours and Other Resources

 

URA's Virtual Office Hours - Summer 2020

 

URA's Virtual Office Hours have now resumed for the Summer 2020 semester! URA will be holding Virtual Office Hours up until the first week of classes in August 2020. 
Our Virtual Office Hours are held as 1-on-1 meetings between the student and the selected Research Ambassador via BlueJeans.

 

Steps to Signing Up for Office Hours

1. Below are each Research Ambassador's weekly availabilities for URA Virtual Office Hours. Please check to see when you would be able to attend. 

2. Sign up for URA's Virtual Office Hours HERE. Every available ambassador's major and research interests are listed on the sign-up, if you would like to meet with an ambassador of a certain major or conducting certain research. 

 

Research Ambassador Availabilities

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9:00 -9:30AM          
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12:30 - 1:00 PM Carolann Espy Carolann Espy Carolann Espy Carolann Espy Carolann Espy
1:00 - 1:30 PM Carolann Espy Carolann Espy Carolann Espy Carolann Espy Charlie Wood, Carolann Espy
1:30 - 2:00 PM Annamarie Eustice Annamarie Eustice Annamarie Eustice   Charlie Wood
2:00 - 2:30 PM Annamarie Eustice Annamarie Eustice Annamarie Eustice    
2:30 - 3:00 PM          
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Continuing Fall 2020 ...

 

 

 

The Undergraduate Research Ambassadors host office hours every week from 4pm-5pm on Mondays and Tuesdays to help you with all your research related questions! Sometimes getting started is the hardest part - Research Ambassadors are here to help guide you and figure out your own interests, introduce you to an exclusive list of research positions at the Institute, and email professors. URA maintains a database of labs interested in having undergrads for this very purpose of helping others start out on the research process. For those already involved in research, we can help with resume edits, applications to PURA and other awards, and practicing for conferences. Stop by Office Hours to speak to an Ambassador this semester and let us help enhance your educational experience today! 
 
Please use this Resource tab to answer your general questions about undergraduate research.  If you have any specific questions, feel free to reach out to a current Undergraduate Research Ambassador! You can find contact information for every Research Ambassador under the "Current Ambassadors" tab.

 

Research by Departments

Georgia Tech is home to hundreds of research labs, with research focuses ranging from flight dynamics to neural networks. Click here to explore the many research laboratories of Georgia Tech's home departments.

Upcoming Events

Georgia Tech's Undergraduate Research Ambassadors create and host several events throughout the year to meet all research-related needs of students. Research fairs, summer research opportunities workshops, coffee hours, poster-making sessions, and much, much more all comprise the programming put out by Undergraduate Research Ambassadors, so click here to stay updated on events!

FAQ's

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Research is an essential pillar of Georgia Tech. Many undergraduates are currently involved or actively seeking opportunities. Check out these FAQs to learn more.

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