If you plan on applying to graduate school or for a fellowship you need to stand out, and a great way to do that is by participating in an undergraduate research experience. The Center for Graduate School and Fellowship Advisement works together with a community of faculty that are dedicated to mentoring students each summer in a number of available programs, including:

  • Lasallian Research Scholars: a summer program that supports students pursuing an area of Lasallian research, including: nutrition & health; sustainability; education, St. John Baptist De La Salle; and the plight of immigrants.
  • Summer Fellows Program: a summer program that supports big dreams by helping students connect their academics with experiential opportunities.

School of Education & Health student research projects have included:

  • Improving Academic Motivation and Test Results in American History Classes
  • Literacy and Resiliency: Tackling Math Word Problems at In-Tech Academy
  • Exotic Dishes: The Biological Dangers in Consuming Raw Seafood
  • The Role of Anticipatory Postural Adjustments in Compensatory Postural Control