Student Opportunities

Manhattan College provides students many opportunities to do research at the undergraduate level in preparation for graduate work or professional careers.

research presentationSummer Research Programs 

The following programs offer funded opportunities for students to do research on campus during the summer:

Branigan Scholars Grant: The Branigan Scholars program promotes undergraduate research in the humanities by supporting a creative or traditional research project or facilitating student participation in a conference or internship experience.

Jasper Summer Research Scholars: This program offers a stipend for students to pursue on-campus summer research in collaboration with a faculty mentor.

Summer Fellows: This program supports creative "big dream" projects as proposed by top students. Students pursue an ambitious experiential learning opportunity, program of study, research project, creative work, social justice project or humanitarian work.

School of Science Dean's Office Summer Program: Outstanding School of Science students are given the opportunity to do hands-on research with a faculty member. 

Other Programs

Independent Research Projects: Sstudents from all five of Manhattan's undergraduate schools have the opportunity to do an independent research project for credit in collaboration with a faculty member. 

Psychology Research: The Psychology Department offers psychology majors an opportunity to gain research experience at Manhattan College in several ways.

Academic Department Research: Many individual academic departments offer research programs. See the department's website for more information.