EEOB 3498 Undergraduate Research

EEOB 3498- Undergraduate Research aims to provide opportunities for undergraduates to conduct supervised independent research in social behavior. Research projects will focus on working with live animals. They will also learn applied statistics by using a statistical programming language. Finally, students will present their findings in a poster symposium with data collected in the lab at the end of the semester.

In the event OSU continues teaching online in Fall 2020, they will move to virtual labs and online classes with observational research individually conducted outdoors by students.

This course is particularly suitable for students who are looking for an applied undergraduate research experience and consider a graduate degree. It is open to all OSU majors with sophomore, junior, and senior standing.

 

EEOB 3498-Undergraduate Research 

 #22634, 4 credit hours, TR 11:10 am - 12:30 pm 

Plus 2 hrs of weekly labs (TBD)

Instructor: Dr. Zeynep Benderlioglu e-mailu-research@osu.edu