Our 10-week Student Science Research program offers an opportunity to focus on a research project while working alongside a professor. Projects explore topics in biology, chemistry, physics, and more.
At Redlands, you can spend 10 weeks doing research relevant to your career goals, earn money while doing it, and still have time to visit one of Southern California’s popular beaches.
You’ll work as a team member alongside faculty on projects that range from lab to field work. Recent projects include:
Plus you’ll enjoy weekly “brown-bag lunches” where you and your fellow students present updates on your research findings. You’ll also get to participate in an annual poster symposium that showcases your summer research work.
As a program participant, you’ll receive a stipend and campus housing for the duration of your research project. For more information, please contact Eric Hill.
At the University of Redlands, TJ Carson ’22 is president of Students for the Exploration and Development of Space; he also engages in independent research.
Student Science Research teaches students multidisciplinary skills.
I’ve loved science for as long as I can remember. At first I thought I would study science to become a doctor, but when I started taking classes as a student at the University of Redlands, I realized my passion is chemistry and I want to pursue research as a career.