Saturday, October 12, 2019
Presenting the work of the undergraduate student researchers.
Since 2004, the Student Research Symposium at Cal Lutheran has showcased the work of top students, most of whom have spent the summer working full time on research and creative projects in collaboration with faculty mentors. This immersion is made possible by the generous support of fellowships and grants which fund full-time summer research.
We had another wonderful summer of gatherings for undergraduates and mentors involved in research and creative scholarly projects.
Funding for more than 70 student summer researchers has been provided by the Swenson Science Summer Research Fellowships, John Stauffer Research Fellowships in the Chemical Sciences, the Overton Summer Research Program in Economics, and Cal Lutheran’s Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships. This year, students were also funded by the Department of Education Grant programs including Project Acabado’s Aperture Fellowships, The ALLIES in STEM fellowships and the Ronald E. McNair Postbaccalaureate Achievement Program.