Physics Help Room (413 Pupin) is staffed by graduate students: Monday - Thursday: 1pm - 7pm & Friday: 1-3 pm
We are pleased to announce a relatively new scholars program, the Laidlaw Undergraduate Research and Leadership Program, that is open to current first years in the College and provides funding to them for six weeks in the summers preceding and succeeding the sophomore year to conduct research. Despite the pandemic, the program ran this past summer with students engaged in remote research and will again be supported by Laidlaw.
If you are currently working on a research project and would be interested in having an undergraduate researcher contribute, please e-mail Ariella Lang at [email protected]. If you are interested in having more than one student participate in a particular project, that is also a welcome possibility that she would be delighted to discuss. The program also welcomes collaborations from faculty who might be interested in mentoring a student who is working on an independent project in their field. In all of these scenarios, we will identify students whose research interests make them good candidates for such a collaboration; the final decision of whether you would like to work with and supervise them is yours. In acknowledgement and appreciation of the time and work that such relationships represent, the program will provide a modest honorarium ($500/student).
For a list of faculty with undergraduate research mentoring please click here.
For a list of faculty who are available for one-on-one mentoring please click here.