TAKE THE CHALLENGE: HONORS PROGRAM & UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH
The Honors Program at the University of Nevada offers students smaller classes taught by some of the most notable professors on campus. Participants are required to complete 30 credits of Honors classes in addition to a senior thesis/project.
As part of the program, students are given access to:
- An exclusive curriculum taught by distinguished faculty and tailored for Honors Program students
- Honors Residential Scholars Community (HRSC) is a living learning community open to first-year Honors students where students will experience an academically enriched living environment
- Social events to interact with like-minded peers
- Priority enrollment putting honors students first in line to register for classes
Nevada has long been at the forefront of a national trend to involve undergraduate students in research that addresses the important issues of our time. This includes mentoring relationships between faculty and undergraduate students as well as promotion, support and publicity for undergraduate research in all disciplines at the University.
Opportunities for Undergraduates:
- Community-Based Research Experience for Undergraduates
- Honors Undergraduate Research Award
- International Research Experience for Undergraduates
- Nevada Undergraduate Research Award
- NSF-EPSCoR Solar-Water-Environment Nexus Award
- Nevada IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program