Researching for Answers

Interested in conducting research with a faculty member and publishing your findings and presenting at a national conference? Pace is launching an undergraduate student-faculty research pilot program during the 2011-2012 academic year and they need your inquiring minds by May 31!

Attention undergraduate students from all majors!

The Division for Student Success, in consultation with the Undergraduate Research Committee, has announced the Pace Undergraduate Research Initiative, where students and faculty will be paired up according to interests and background to work on a research project from September 2011-March 2012.

All research initiatives will be recognized at end-of-year showcases on both campuses and two award winners (one on each campus) will be announced and receive an award and funding to attend a regional or national conference. In addition to recognition, you’ll gain hands-on experience and a deeper appreciation of your field, work closely with faculty, and strengthen your research, critical thinking, analytical, and writing skills.

All you need to do by May 31 is fill out this student application to get started on what could be the beginning of something huge!

For more information, contact Sue Maxam, University Director for Student Success, at (914) 522-7913 or smaxam@pace.edu.