Stonehill science students participate in highly competitive and prestigious summer research programs.
Recent research experiences include:
- National Science Foundation REU at Fordham University
- Judith P. Sulzberger Internship Program at the Institut Pasteur in Paris
- Harvard Stem Cell Institute Summer Program
- New England Primate Research Center Summer Training Program
- Pediatric Oncology Experience at St. Jude’s Research Hospital
- SEA Semester Student Research Projects
- SUCCESS Medical Research Program at Ohio State University
- UMass-Dartmouth NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates in Marine Biology
Stonehill Undergraduate Research Experience
The Stonehill Undergraduate Research Experience (SURE) is a competitive opportunity for students who have completed their first year at Stonehill to perform full-time, high-quality research over the summer under the guidance of an expert faculty researcher. The experience includes weekly lunches, postgraduate career professional development, program-wide outings and a student research symposium in the fall.
- Brandon Haffner ‘21 and Bryanna Norden ‘20 worked with Nicholas Block, assistant professor of biology, on "A Genetic Assessment of a Swallowtail Butterfly Hybrid Zone."
- Caroline Rosinski ’17 worked with Martha Hauff, assistant professor of biology, on “Variability in Nursery Habitat and Its Influence on Early Life Stages of River Herring.”
- Taylor Uccello ’17 worked with Greg Maniero, associate professor of biology, on “Characterization of Amphibian CD4 as a Receptor for Interleukin 16.”