Connecticut College is at the forefront of science education in a liberal arts setting, with a commitment to faculty-student research usually found only at large universities.
Teaching here occurs in small groups with frequent faculty-student contact, and students learn through original research and interdisciplinary work. All classes are taught by professors.
Learn more about faculty areas of expertise in:
- Computer Science
- Environmental Studies
- Mathematics & Statistics
- Behavioral Neuroscience
- Physics, Astronomy & Geophysics
Learn about some recent science faculty accomplishments:
Martha J. Grossel wins a $419,000 grant for ovarian cancer research.
Timo Ovaska gets an unexpected honor from one of his former students, now a Pfizer scientist.
Pete Siver has the world’s most extensive collection of aquatic microorganisms called chrysophytes.