Research is a key part of your master's or doctoral course of study. Graduate students play an integral role in the A&S research enterprise, bringing valuable insight and technical expertise to their respective lab or office. Typically each department has various research specializations. To find your best fit, read the profiles of the faculty in your department of interest. Then, reach out to the faculty member whose area of expertise aligns with your own. Below are additional resources for you, and examples of what current graduates students are involved in.
Julia Zeh's research involves developing methodologies to better estimate the number of whales in an area based on whale sound analysis.
Michelle Zaso G’15, G’19 studied how genetics and peer environments shape alcohol use among adolescents.
Courtney Carr, a master’s student in Pan African studies, was awarded the Carol Mills Young Study Abroad Scholarship to study in Tanzania.
Ariel Chu, a student in the M.F.A. Program in Creative Writing, received the Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans to complete work on a novel about intergenerational family trauma.
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- Special Collections Research Center : Rare books, manuscripts, and other primary source materials are available, from cuneiform tablets to digital media.
- Research Computing: The OrangeGrid provides powerful and reliable research computing.
- Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library: Resources include the Harriet Tubman Collection and other rare materials.