Students in the Mellon College of Science are breaking the boundaries of science.
Undergraduate researchers in the Mellon College of Science are integral parts of faculty research teams and contribute to cutting-edge research. MCS students don’t just repeat experiments that have been done before. They discover something new, publishing their results in top journals and presenting their work at local and national conferences. Our students explore real-world problems, which don’t always come in tidy boxes labeled biology or chemistry, math or physics.
How to get started
To get started on research, speak to your undergraduate advisor:
Assistant Department Head
Doherty Hall 1321
Undergraduate Research in the Department of Biological Sciences
Teaching Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies & Laboratories
Doherty Hall 2120
Associate Teaching Professor and Undergraduate Research Director
Wean Hall 8126
Undergraduate Research in the Department of Mathematical Sciences
Wean Hall 6319