Research Opportunities

Gretler Fellows

The Gretler Fellows program pairs undergraduate students interested in research with faculty members who have a need for a research assistant on a specific project. This is a competitive application process. Individuals chosen as Gretler Fellows will perform research with their Professor approximately 10 hours per week. Students will earn a ​competitive stipend, but will not be eligible to receive units.

The Gretler Fellows have been chosen for the 2017 - 2018 school year. Please follow the Career Connection Blog at for updates on research opportunities.

The College of Letters & Science Faculty Research Assistance Program (FRAP)

The Faculty Research Assistance Program (FRAP) allows undergraduates to gain valuable research experience, work with leading UCSB researchers, and simultaneously earn academic credit through special research assistance courses, 99/99RA or 199/199RA.

If you are interested in FRAP, please visit the directory. This directory provides information about current research projects, the faculty and senior researchers conducting the research, and the academic or other preparation necessary to participate in the projects.


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