Our students have the opportunity to do original research at the undergraduate level, collaborating with faculty who are at the top of their fields.
Because Illinois Wesleyan is an entirely undergraduate institution, students are offered research and creative opportunities without competition from graduate students.
They develop close relationships with faculty who love to teach and engage students in their research and scholarly work. Check out some of the work that has resulted from faculty mentorship of students in the IWU Digital Commons.
Illinois Wesleyan University's seventh annual Human Rights Undergraduate Research Conference, held Feb. 15-17, invited students of all majors to present research tied to this year's theme, "Changing Climates and Human Rights Discourse."
Illinois Wesleyan students conducting research projects relating to the University's 2018-19 intellectual theme Changing Climates shared the culmination of their work at a Course Cluster Open House in December at The Ames Library.