The Office of Undergraduate Research
What We Do
The Office of Undergraduate Research serves as a clearinghouse to provide information about undergraduate research opportunities both on and off the Auburn University campus. The Office of Undergraduate Research functions under the auspices of the Office of Undergraduate Studies and the Office of the Vice President for Research & Economic Development.
Who We Are
Dr. Lorraine Wolf is the Auburn University Director of Undergraduate Research and has served in the position since January 2011. In addition to serving as a facilitator of undergraduate research opportunities on the Auburn University campus, Dr. Wolf is a Professor of Geophysics in the Department of Geosciences in the College of Science and Mathematics.
Madison Steele is a Junior at Auburn University pursuing a Bachelor of Arts degree in Law and Justice with a minor in Political Science. She works as a Communications Assistant for the Office of Undergraduate Research. Madison’s other on-campus involvement includes serving as the Director of Programs for the College of Liberal Arts School's Council, being a member of the Honors College, and being a member of Pi Lambda Sigma (Auburn's Pre-Law Honor Society). In her spare time, Madison enjoys reading, attending concerts, watching Auburn sporting events, and traveling. After graduating, Madison plans to attend law school and focus her career in practicing Civil Rights Law.
Hazl Torres is a junior pursuing a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering. She is an Office Assistant for the Office of Undergraduate Research. Hazl's other on-campus involvement includes serving as a facilitator for the Alabama Power Academic Excellence Program and being a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Hazl is also an undergraduate researcher with the Adamczyk Research Group at Auburn University. In her spare time, Hazl enjoys hiking, working out, attending sporting events, and karaoke. Upon graduation, she plans to pursue a career in the energy or petrochemicals industry.
Last modified: January 13, 2020