Jennifer Leavey
COS 2000
Spring 2021
Spring 2020

This course was created to give students the tools and skills necessary to participate in research as an integral component in their undergraduate experience. This course will explore research ethics (satisfying the research ethics requirements for funding through the NSF, NIH or PURA awards), scientific literacy (finding, reading, and writing research papers), and research careers. The course makes frequent use of case studies and discussions and considers the impact of research and industry on communities.

Course Type
College of Sciences Majors only
Course Level
Partner Engagement
Core Curriculum Requirements