The scholarly work of our faculty not only contributes to human knowledge, it also serves as a valuable teaching tool for our students. When they engage in research, faculty model the excitement of inquiry and discovery.
Science and engineering faculty and students conduct research across all relevant disciplines. Our culture of faculty-student collaboration creates an ideal environment in which aspiring researchers can flourish.
Merrimack’s own Research and Creative Achievement Conference offers students an opportunity to showcase their work for the college community.
Below are other examples of research projects and support in the School of Science and Engineering:
- Foundations of STEM Success (iTEC), National Science Foundation
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
- Murray Fellowships
- National Institutes of Health and National Institute for Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases
SEA PHAGES, Howard Hughes Medical Institute