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Whether in the sciences, social sciences, humanities or arts, we provide research opportunities that, at many institutions, would be available only to graduate students — because we know that research experience sets you apart from the competition when applying to graduate schools and forging professional careers.
Our students work in close collaboration with faculty on groundbreaking projects and are often cited as co-authors on papers, journal articles and book chapters. Many even travel with faculty to present their results at academic conferences. Research is supported by the College and through grants, and extends beyond the academic year to in-depth research projects conducted during summer break.
Here, you could make an original discovery, advance the state of the art, create something beautiful or contribute to an important debate.
Most of our science students engage in research, including projects supported by major federal and private foundation grants.
Here are just a few of many examples:
We offer many opportunities for student-faculty and independent research in the arts, humanities and social sciences. The ConnSSHARP (Connecticut College Social Sciences, Humanities and Arts Research) program, for example, offers students summer research stipends for work with faculty. The stipends are offered on a competitive basis, and the summer research projects typically are followed by research during the academic year.. View and download the ConnSSHARP brochure.