Summer Research

Participating in a summer undergraduate research program is an opportunity for students and faculty to spend 8-10 weeks focused on research projects. Students get to explore research in their major and they generally receive a stipend and housing allowance. More information on how to apply to a summer research program can be found here.

Simpson College hosts several different summer undergraduate research programs on its campus each year including the Bryan Summer Research Program in Mathematics and the Simpson College Ecological Research Program. More information on the current projects from each program can be found on this site.

Each fall, Simpson College showcases the summer research conducted by its students during the Summer Research Symposium.

During the summer of 2016, the following Simpson College students conducted research in a variety of disciplines. 


Simpson undergraduates involved in research in the summer of 2015:

For a list of student researchers from previous summers, click here.