Nearly 800 students took research or thesis credits in the College of Arts and Sciences last year.
Why should undergraduates consider a research experience? Because it prepares them to go out into the real world as effective problem-solvers.
There's no better way to teach students to question critically, think logically, communicate clearly, act creatively and live ethically.
From federal forest payments to the benefits of reading readiness, econ honors projects get real.
SPUR student receives prestigious Howard Hughes Medical Institute Award.