If you want to have an intellectual conversation, you don’t have to go far. More than half of USF’s full-time undergraduate students receive an academic scholarship. Students have an opportunity to engage in undergraduate research during internships, independent study and summer projects.
Each spring more than 40 students present during our annual Undergraduate Research Conference. Students also share their scholarly work during our fall poster presentations and in the summer months, classroom teaching comes alive thanks to the South Dakota Biomedical Infrastructure Network (BRIN).
Whether it’s the innovative technology of Hematech or the research initiatives at Avera Mckennan, Sanford Health or the Veterans Administration Hospital, you’ll have unlimited resources at your finger tips.