Undergraduate Research Participation
(URP) gives Honors students the opportunity to engage in research with a
faculty member. Students gain experience in research methodology,
benefit from one-on-one interaction with faculty, and may earn between
one and six hours of Honors credit.
Honors Thesis (IDS 395) provides
students the opportunity to engage in an intensive research project
that is the culmination of their Honors experience. The thesis should
focus on a special area or issue related to the student's major and
requires a comprehensive written thesis and an oral defense of the
Research mentorships offer Honors student
the opportunity to earn a monetary stipend while working with a
faculty member on a research-related project. Applications for fall
semester mentorships are available in the Honors Office.