Student research is thriving at Albright College. We encourage students in every concentration to take part in a variety of research opportunities, guided by faculty mentors. Do your interests lie in the social sciences, the humanities and the arts, or the natural sciences? You can engage in exciting research and creative activity in any of these areas.
By delving deeper into a particular area, you can:
- discover the process of how knowledge is acquired in your field
- apply classroom learning in real-life contexts
- develop close working relationships with faculty members
- gain insight into making valuable contributions to a field of scholarly study
How to Get Involved
We make it easy for you to get involved in research.
Honors Program students complete a senior honors project involving some type of research. In addition to writing a thesis, you present your research to the Albright College community. Your project may possibly be combined with an independent study project, study abroad or Albright Creative Research Experience (ACRE) grant.
Independent study allows you to investigate an issue of personal interest. You identify the topic or issue, coordinate the project with a faculty member and, if approved, study independently with faculty oversight.
Research-based Courses and Projects
You will find opportunities to conduct research in a variety of courses at Albright College. Your faculty advisor and department chair will help you identify the possibilities for research in courses that interest you.
For more information, please contact Kimberly Justeson, Director of Experiential Learning, at email@example.com or 610-921-7630.
Research-based Internship Opportunities.
Speak to faculty in your department and schedule an appointment with a Career Counselor who can help you identify opportunities of interest to you. Click here for a list of science research and internship opportunities.
Showcase Your Research
Once your research is complete you’ll want to take advantage of opportunities to show what you learned. We can help by proving support through: