Research Opportunities Connected with UHP
The following lists research opportunities partnered with or related to the University Honors Program. Click on the links to learn more about these wonderful opportunities!
Engaged Learning and Big IDeas promote learning beyond the classroom through independent research projects, civic engagement, professional internships, and creative projects. Engaged Learning projects take place all over the world and cover a wide variety of subject material.
The Hamilton Undergraduate Research Scholars Program provides opportunities for undergraduates in Dedman College to conduct hands-on research. Students collaborate with faculty mentors to contribute to the creation of cutting-edge knowledge.
Dedman College Interdisciplinary Institute sponsors undergraduate Dedman College students to conduct a research project that combines the perspectives of his/her major(s)/minor(s). Students present the results of their research in a public forum to their academic peers.
The John G. Tower center offers research fellowships to undergraduate students to pursue collaborative work in politics and government. Fellows will work with a faculty mentor to complete the research and present their findings upon completing their research.