Thank you for your interest in sharing your research opportunity with the exceptional undergraduate students at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.
After you complete the appropriate offer form below:
. 1 – We will review your form for content and send an email once your post is published for our students
. 2 – Students will contact you with your requested information
Please choose the category* that best matches your research opportunity:
You may update any posting you have in our system by simply e-mailing the UROP staff. Additionally, as your opportunity application deadline approaches, please inform email@example.com if you would like to extend the posting.
* If your research opportunity falls into more than one category, simply choose the category that best fits it, and make a note of the other relevant categories that you think it should be listed under in the “notes” section at the end of the submission form.
The information in this website section, “Research Opportunities,” is provided as a service to our undergraduate students who may be searching for current opportunities to develop research skills. The placement of an opportunity on this website does not imply an endorsement or recommendation for the listed opportunity. We direct your attention to our Terms and Conditions. Please read them before proceeding.
Please note, although some of these opportunities offer remuneration to the student, many do not. Interested students should make direct inquiry to the specific entity offering the research opportunity in order to determine that entity’s policy regarding employment status, remuneration, work conditions, insurance, etc. This is particularly true when the opportunity of interest requires uncompensated volunteer work.
The Office of Human Resources at UH Mānoa has oversight of work conditions for volunteer workers and has promulgated governing procedures under A9.041: Utilization of Volunteer Services at the University of Hawaiʻi. Primary Investigators wishing to submit postings to this website for opportunities within the University of Hawaiʻi and students interested in those research opportunities should consider contacting the Office of Human Resources.