Thinking about pursuing a student research opportunity?

Falk College recognizes that there are many benefits for undergraduate as well as graduate students involved in research. Research experience allows students to better understand published works, balance collaborative and individual effort, grow interest in graduate studies and influence career trajectories.

In addition to undergraduate opportunities, there are many graduate student researchers who are actively seeking scientific advancement across all disciplines in the college. Development of research opportunities for both graduate and undergraduate students is paramount as is the recognition of these talented students.

The Falk Research Center can assist you in finding more information about how you can participate in research with Falk faculty. As an undergraduate in the Falk College, you will have opportunities to work with researchers, professors, graduate students and other undergraduates exploring a variety of fields and approaches in the each of the Falk disciplines.

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View current faculty research projects
Syracuse University Young Research Fellows Program *

* for first and second year undergraduate students, research funding of up to $4,000 over two years

Falk Student Research Celebration

The Falk Student Research Celebration is an annual event that takes place to highlight undergraduate and graduate student research projects mentored by Falk Faculty. This event allows students to exercise what they have learned in the classroom, laboratory, through mentoring, and through peer-to-peer exchanges. Students submit posters for display and are judged by a committee of faculty, staff, and peers.

Participants compete for educational funds to present their posters on a larger stage, to attend a conference to gain further insights into their respective fields, or for other educational endeavors.

The Falk Student Research Celebration inspires students to get involved in a wide variety of academic research. This helps students discover new interests, opportunities, and new applications; building critical skills necessary for future careers.

For more information contact Amy Dumas, at the Falk Research Center.

Brooks Gump and Ivan Castro stand next to a research poster
Falk Family Endowed Professor in Public Health, Brooks Gump with 2018 poster session winner Ivan Castro, Graduate Student in Public Health
Tanya Horecek and Natasha Jackson stand next to a research poster
Assistant Professor in Nutrition, Tanya Horacek with 2018 poster session winner Natasha Jackson, Nutrition Science Undergraduate Student