I hope you now agree that how to do empirical social science research is not a mystery and learning from and evaluating others’ research is something you, yourself, can do. To keep learning, read reports of previous research—lots of them. No matter what sorts of social phenomena you’re interested in, there is a body of research about it, and it’s now more accessible to you than ever. A few of you will conduct research yourself, and if you’re interested in doing research as a career, you should get as much practical research experience as you can, starting now. All of you can use what you’ve learned here by consuming research as engaged citizens who can make sense of and participate in the empirical arguments that enter public discourse in our workplaces, communities, states, nation, and the world. Please do.