Undergraduate Student Research
Since 2016, grants from the Koch Foundation have supported undergraduate students who work on research projects as members of the undergraduate research seminar and/or the Saturday morning research workshops. The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences highlighted the Saturday Morning Breakfast Club in their alumni magazine.
methods to quarterly aggregate labor market data from 1947-2019. He is in the first year of the PhD program in economics at Iowa State.
Reality Applications Center (VRAC) and Professor James Bernard’s initial venture, Engineering Animation. Maazin found that the original start-up gave birth to six new ventures (children), and they, in turn, led to five grandchildren. VRAC spun off four other start-ups. As a result, VRAC, the initial academic venture, led to 16 separate firms. Maazin is in the MS program at Iowa State.
1980s and 1990s before these performance indicators were developed. He is attending graduate school at the University of Texas.
and the Iowa State
honors seminar. He was accepted for graduate school, but then opted to take a research analyst position instead.
thesis at the Honors poster session. She received a half-tuition scholarship to attend Duke Law School.
study of a published paper that claimed higher minimum wages lower the rate of suicide. The paper he wrote last year, “To inform or influence? The difference between data released by nonprofits and by the government,” was published by the Journal of Regional Analysis & Policy. He is attending graduate school at Iowa State.