Develop Interpersonal and Communication Skills
Students who participate in collaborative research work with a faculty member on a research project of mutual interest. Research projects are presented and judged at the university's annual Student Research Day. Many students receive independent study credit for their experience.
Faculty/student collaborative research is a great learning experience. You’ll learn more about your academic discipline and how to do academic research–an experience especially beneficial if you are considering graduate school. You’ll also develop interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills.
Learn how you can participate in collaborative research with a business faculty member by contacting the appropriate chair in the Departments of Accounting and Finance, Management and Marketing, and Information Systems
Learn about research grants and travel funds available to you through the UW-Eau Claire Office of Research and Sponsored Programs