Undergraduate Research and Creative Work
Undergraduate research currently plays an important role in the life of the college. Students conduct research and creative work within their disciplines, through Honors and Distinction programs, and as part of the Vernon L. Pack Society for Community-Based Research. In each of these programs, students have the opportunity to work collaboratively with faculty members to pose meaningful theoretical questions, design research programs, and prepare scholarly presentations and publications. These experiences take students on a journey of intellectual inquiry that culminates in an original contribution to a body of knowledge and/or creative works in the student’s discipline.
Opportunities to Earn this Card
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- Students will integrate knowledge within their discipline toward complex problems or contexts.
- Students will use appropriate strategies and tools to present and analyze information.
- Students will utilize creativity in approaching new problems or situations.
- Students will understand the ethical implications of scholarly work within their chosen field.
- Students will show the ability to acquire, interpret and organize new knowledge.
For more information on undergraduate research and creative work opportunities visit the Research at Otterbein site.
Associate Dean Experiential Learning and Community Engagement
Five Cards Graduate Assistant