Honors Research Day
Every August, the college hosts a Honors Research Day to showcase the research of the PY2 honors students.
PY2 honors students are required to attend and present; PY1 and PY3 honors students are strongly encouraged to attend.
This program is completed in addition to the standard PharmD curriculum and requires an application due to a limited number of spots.
Doctor of Pharmacy students interested in pursuing research opportunities must be in the first year of the professional program and in good academic standing.
Interested students need to identify a mentor in fall PY1 so that they can sign up for 499 (Special Problems) or 599 (Special Projects) for spring PY1.
2. Participate in a 499/599 project
Students will work with the faculty mentor during the spring PY1 semester.
Applications are due in March of each year. Additional information will be provided in spring of PY1.
Admission to the Research Honors program is competitive and depends on the number of research opportunities available each year as well as the number of qualified applicants.