Earlier this month, more than 80 students from all four of the College’s academic divisions presented the results of their summer research projects at a poster session hosted by the Academic Research Committee.
Through the EXCEL Scholars program and honors and independent study programs, students in virtually any major are able to work one-on-one with faculty on high-level research. Approximately 140 students each summer and over 100 students each academic year serve as EXCEL Scholars, a unique program in which students earn a stipend while working collaboratively with faculty.
Students routinely work on projects that result in conference presentations, peer-reviewed journal publications, national scholarships and fellowships, and acceptance into some of the country’s top graduate programs.
- Read more about research opportunities for Lafayette students.
- View and share images of the Student Summer Research Session on Flickr.
Photos by Emily McGonigle ’15