Undergraduate Research Achieving University Honors requires that students participate in the wide range of undergraduate research experiences that Hamline offers and values (minimum 300 points, maximum 350 points). Towards this, students must complete two or more significant research experiences. Students must provide evidence of attendance and reflective engagement, and no points can be awarded until a reflective piece is submitted. The number of points awarded depends on the nature of the engagement, the time committed, and the quality of the submitted reflection. All points awards are at the discretion of the Director of Honors. Undergraduate Research: Achievement UHPoints Presenting at a regional or national academic conference (in which an abstract is accepted by a panel or department) 50 Presenting at a Hamline or local academic conference (no committee selection of abstract) 25 Independent study course that is a research project 150 Summer collaborative research in the Humanities, Fine Arts, or Social Sciences 150 Summer research in the Natural Sciences (any department) 150 Any project significant enough to have been accepted for presentation at NCUR 200 5000-level research (or creative) course, grade of B+ or better 100 Departmental Honors Project (DHP) 250 Please note that a single research experience cannot be double-counted, i.e. as one that was both part of Summer Collaborative Research and was accepted for presentation at NCUR. However, for research experiences that satisfy more than one category, students may petition for additional points. Research points cannot come solely from fulfilling the requirements of the student’s course of study (his/her major(s), minor(s), and certification(s)).