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Research at loyola university chicago

Expand your research skills

Research is critical to your nursing education. At the Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing, we provide you support, mentorship, and opportunities to explore and conduct health research as a nursing student.

Learn more about the School of Nursing's four focus areas.

Graduate Students

Undergraduate Students

The Loyola Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program
The Loyola Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (LUROP) offers fellowships for mentored research, guides to external research opportunities, travel grants for conference presentations, workshops and guidance on research and presentation skills, and the annual opportunity for students to present their work at the Undergraduate Research and Engagement Symposium. 

Undergraduate Nursing Research Council
Connect with the Undergraduate Nursing Research Council to learn how to develop a research proposal, engage in research discussions, and present your research and project findings to faculty and fellow students.

Read how the Undergraduate Nursing Research Council has helped recent graduates pursue meaningful research:

Exploring health care experiences of refugees
Research Spotlight

Exploring health care experiences of refugees

Radia Daud conducts research project to better understand how Eritrean refugees feel about their experiences with health care in the U.S.

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Cultural influence on Filipino nursing students
Research Spotlight

Cultural influence on Filipino nursing students

Kristamae Masiclat creates research project to explore reasons why second-generation Filipino students choose nursing as their career path.

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Contact faculty advisor Ann Solari-Twadell to learn more about Undergraduate Research.