Honors College students undertake research projects in any discipline. You’ll dive deeper into your interests and develop your talents through research fellowships, internships and study abroad opportunities.

Our students work with faculty mentors in labs, in the library, in clinical settings, and abroad to develop research projects that engage them and become high-quality honors theses.

There are several options for funded summer research and for sharing the results of research with the campus and broader communities.

Research Programs, Fellowships and Opportunities

Engage in academic research and scholarly exploration and apply your intellectual and creative talents in your chosen field.

Thesis

Students present their work in the spring of their final year at Adelphi at the Scholarship and Creative Works Conference and are encouraged to take their research beyond the campus.

Symposium

The Honors College journal of ideas, which is composed and edited by our students.

There are a lot of pre-med/pre-pa students in the Honors College, which would make you think that it’s a competitive environment. We all want the same thing, and that’s to go above and beyond to get into medical school or PA school. But, it’s exactly this drive that causes us to encourage and help out each other, instead of competing with one another.

Nicole Basilan ’22 Molecular Neuroscience major

Presenting Your Research

Students present their work in the spring of their final year at Adelphi at the Scholarship and Creative Works Conference and are encouraged to take their research beyond the campus and attend the Northeast Regional Honors Council and meetings in their academic disciplines.
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