Students can enrich their educational experience by conducting research on a wide variety of applied economics and business topics. The Dyson School strongly encourages students to take part in the CALS Honors Research Program, and Dyson students can hold paid research positions and enroll in such courses as AEM 4970: Individual Study in Applied Economics and Management or AEM 4990: Undergraduate Research.
Funding opportunities for undergraduate research are available from both on- and off-campus sources, including the Dyson Scholars Program fund, gifts from alumni, and grants for undergraduate research. Freshmen students awarded scholarships by the Hunter R. Rawlings III Cornell Presidential Research Scholars program receive $8,000 to support their research activities.
To learn more about other research opportunities and funding, visit Undergraduate Research at Cornell.