As an undergraduate student, you can work side-by-side in the lab with some of the best faculty in engineering, medicine, and the sciences to solve problems, take entire courses focused on design, or create your own prototypes in our maker spaces and machine shop. You also can work with students from across WashU, including the medical school, through IDEA Labs, a student-run bioengineering design incubator that solves health care problems.
ESE Undergraduate Research (ESE 497)
If you are interested in an Undergraduate Research opportunity in ESE, review the ESE research areas and associated faculty pages. Contact individual faculty members to inquire about research in their lab, or contact the Director of Undergraduate Studies (Jason Trobaugh, email@example.com ) to discuss research within the department.
To register for ESE 497 Undergraduate Research, the project must be approved and supervised by an ESE faculty member. Complete the form at right and submit to the ESE office with signatures from your Research Project Faculty Advisor and your Academic Faculty Advisor.