Research and Creativity

Dr.  Mark Masters with student Greg Adams conducting research.

  • Because it allows you to know your professors better and work with experts in your field.
  • Because it gives you a valuable heads-up for graduate-level study.
  • Because it helps you learn more about your chosen field and its opportunities.
  • Because it helps you make decisions about your future education and career.
  • Because it looks great on your resume.
  • Because it teaches you critical thinking skills valuable in any job.
  • Because it's more fun to learn by doing.
  • Because you'll learn more about the newest methods and technologies.
  • Because you're contributing new knowledge about our world.
  • Because you're curious ... about nature, society, and artistic expression.
  • Because you're motivated and genuinely excited by your studies.