Student Research Opportunities
Through experiences that occur in and out of the classroom, the Department of Natural Sciences strives to provide educational and research experiences that are rich with opportunities and challenges which foster an understanding of the scientific method of learning. Students benefit from small class sizes and courses that take advantage of natural and historical sites throughout the city. Students are also encouraged to gain research experience by working in a faculty member’s lab, and students commonly participate in Baruch’s Creative Inquiry Day to showcase their research.
Check out the faculty pages to see what individual faculty members are working on and find research opportunities. Other current research opportunities include:
Baruch’s Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) Research Program
- The research program provides students with a stipend, opportunities to present research on national conferences, and opportunities to complete research abroad.
- Interested freshmean should contact Professors Pablo Peixo or Krista Dobi.
A new scholarship funded by ALAC International has been established to support students pursuing research in the field of environmental sustainability. The Department of Natural Science will award one or two scholarships in each year. Applications are due by May 8, 2020. You can find more information and the application here.