The Department of Economics has instituted a program of undergraduate research assistantships in which current students majoring in economics work with faculty members to gain valuable research assistant experience on research projects.
The EURA program engages students in cutting-edge economics beyond the classroom. All EURAs receive academic credit.
Economics undergraduate majors are encouraged to discuss the possibility of an assistantship with members of the faculty. The completed student application, the faculty/student contract and the faculty application should be returned to the EURA program director.