Undergraduate Research - Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences - Purdue University

Undergraduate Research

We strongly believe in complementing classroom learning with hands-on experiences throughout our students’ academic careers. That’s why our majors are involved in a variety of undergraduate research and field projects. At Purdue and EAPS, a college degree is not only about passing exams and reading books, it means investigating the world itself. 

More of our undergraduates have been involved in research during their academic career. We make it a priority for our students to have the opportunity to pursue research projects with faculty and graduate students. We especially encourage undergraduate research for any students who are considering applying to graduate school after receiving their undergraduate degree.

To learn more about undergraduate research, look at one of the resources below:

Past Undergraduate Research Projects

General Information

Research Groups:

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