Welcome to the web page for undergraduate research opportunities in Mathematics and Natural Science. This site is meant to act as a clearing house of information for undergraduate students looking to engage in faculty-mentored research at Saint Joseph's University in the areas of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Mathematics and Physics. Please use this web page as your starting point in exploring these opportunities. As you find areas of interest, you should then schedule a meeting with specific faculty members to discuss possible research projects.
The faculty in the Mathematics and Natural Sciences Division are engaged in research in a wide variety of areas. You can download an electronic version of the Divisional Research Book highlighting faculty who have recently mentored summer research students here. This is an Adobe Acrobat Document. You will need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader available at this link. You can also learn more about the faculty in different departments by visiting their web pages. These web pages are listed above in the first paragraph of this page.
Undergraduate research opportunities are divided into two major areas: those that occur during the academic year and those that occur during the summer as part of the Saint Joseph's University Summer Scholars Program. Use the links on the left-hand side of this page to explore these two areas.