Of course, this extends to more than just graduate research. I have remarked before to other colleagues, but I don't know of many other schools where you get the level of support and mentoring as an undergraduate as you get here. I'm sure that other schools exist that provide them, and I know of a few that really really care about giving their undergraduates a great education, but I am really glad to count Indiana among those. There are so many opportunities to get real feedback and improve your work. It's not handholding, but real and honest mentorship. I really appreciate that about this program.
Alright, enough of the sappy praise. I just figured that I should say something positive about the groups here, and encourage others to take education as seriously, or more so!