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Participate in Research

Why Conduct Undergraduate Research?

Discover first-hand how research contributes to the advancement of human knowledge. Experience a change of pace from traditional classroom activities and gain skills suited to both research and non-research careers. Studies show that students who engage in research are more likely to graduate, more likely to go to graduate school, and better prepared to have successful careers.

Numerous opportunities are available for students to pursue a research experience during their Purdue undergraduate career, including on-campus and off-campus; academic year and summer; credit and non-credit, university and industry, and domestic and international.

Ready to get started? Visit the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) for more details!

Doctoral Programs

At the Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. School of Business we prepare leaders who transform business and business education through rigorous analysis and innovative insight. Doctoral students work closely with distinguished business school faculty to develop groundbreaking research in management and economics as well as the teaching skills required for successful and rewarding careers.

PhD students have opportunities to present their research to faculty and peers through events such as the school's PhD research symposium. Our PhD students have also received many internal and external awards, fellowships, and research grants during their program.

Ready to get started? Visit the Doctoral Programs for more details!