Roosevelt undergraduates have the opportunity to work with students from DePaul, Loyola, and the University of Illinois at Chicago in an interdisciplinary research seminar located at the Newberry Library, one of the world's leading research institutions. The NLUS fulfills major requirements in a variety of disciplines related directly to the course topic and the student's final project, and may be used to fulfill either humanities or social science distribution requirements for general education. Students work with their academic advisor to determine the appropriate use of the six credit hours, which can be applied to two different disciplines. Students have used the Newberry project as the basis for successful Honors Theses.

Credits: 6

Attributes: Honors Program, Humanities

Course Notes: Students admitted to the course by competitive application., Honors course credit is possible. All, students arrange credit hour distribution in, consultation with their academic advisor., Takes place at the Newberry Library, 60 West Walton St., Chicago, IL .All interested RU students are encouraged to, apply, not restricted to Honors students.