The Science Honors Research Program is intended to foster the career development of CWU undergraduate students who have an aptitude for research in the physical, biological, or computational science fields.
A list of current Science Honors Faculty can be found here.
Membership on the Science Honors Faculty is a privilege granted to faculty members whose qualifications, on-going professional activity, and service to scholarly affairs qualify them to serve as mentors to the Science Honors students.The Science Honors Faculty at Central Washington University is a vital component of a successful Science Honors research experience. Science Honors Faculty act as mentors, direct research, advise on thesis writing, and serve as role models.
Science Honors Faculty Qualifications:
- 1. Must hold a Ph.D in a scientific discipline.
- 2. Must be an active scholar in the discipline (as evidenced by peer reviewed publications).
- 3. Must evidence potential for successful mentoring of undergraduate research.
To become a member of the Science Honors Research Faculty, send a cover letter addressing the three qualifications and a current CV to Dr. Linda Raubeson.