How to Get Involved in Research?
If students want to get involved in a research project, it is suggested that they start conversations with professors, mentors, coaches, corporate and non-profit leaders as there are variety of experiences available. Students can also get involved through classes, independent studies, clubs, challenges and study abroad. Krannert students who have participated in research symposiums at Purdue have conducted research on: Food Security, International Economic Development, Entrepreneurship, Vertical Farming, Venture Capital, Innovative uses of Soybeans, and a variety of topics. Click here to visit the Purdue University Undergraduate Symposium information page to get started.
Research Methods for Undergraduates In Business
Instructor: Dr. Meara Habashi
The Undergraduate Research Symposium was held at the Purdue Memorial Union on April 14, 2016. Honor student, Christine Rasquinha, a Krannert undergraduate took 1st place in the Krannert division with her research on case competitions. Her research supports:
"Case competitions do positively influence the success of students by making it easier to work in teams, increasing their participation for the work force, increasing application opportunity of class materials."