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Research: Research

This is a general topical guide on some basics about research and its importance.

Council of Undergraduate Research

Undergraduate research has become a very important part of the college experience.

The Council of Undergraduate Research is an organization that helps support  and promote undergraduate research. Read more about its mission here

University of Illinois--Information Cycle

The Undergraduate Library at the University of Illinois hosts an Infographic and YouTube video that describes how news worthy events change over time. Following the timeline below, where this information can be found is also described. 

The Day of an Event

The Day After an Event

The Week or Weeks After an Event

Six Months to a Year or More After an Event 

A Year to Years After an Event

Research Methodologies

Why Research is Important

Leann Zarah lists 7 points for why research is important. Read the full article on Owlcation

Why Is Research Important?

  1. A Tool for Building Knowledge and for Facilitating Learning
  2. Means to Understand Various Issues and Increase Public Awareness
  3. An Aid to Business Success
  4. A Way to Prove Lies and to Support Truths
  5. Means to Find, Gauge, and Seize Opportunities
  6. A Seed to Love Reading, Writing, Analyzing, and Sharing Valuable Information
  7. Nourishment and Exercise for the Mind

Center for Undergraduate Research @ Lincoln University

Here at Lincoln University we have our own Center for Undergraduate Research.

"Lincoln University’s Center for Undergraduate Research envisions its program as one that will promote an innovative approach to multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary undergraduate research through the scholarship of discovery, creative inquiry and the scholarship of practical application."

Check them out & get involved! 

Phone: 484-365-7693


Office: WRIGHT HALL 118

Featured Program: Fulbright

Created by Congressman J. William Fulbright in 1946.  “The Fulbright Program exchanges scholars and students with numerous countries in bilateral partnerships..." the rest of the Wikipedia inclusion here.

Check out the following video: Lincoln University of PA Shares Why They Value Fulbright

For more information contact Lincoln's Office of International Programs