Welcome to the Undergraduate 研究 webpage!
The university is a place of both teaching and research. 研究 by faculty informs and enriches the classroom experience and allows students to progress from the fundamentals in a field to its advanced and more nuanced branches of inquiry, and on toward the production of new knowledge. 学院 instruct students not only in the content of an area but also its methods of independent inquiry that will lead to new insights and discoveries. Undergraduates engage in research themselves to increasing degrees as they move from foundational courses to more advanced courses and more closely defined topics. Advanced students in a major can engage in independent, supervised 研究 sometimes as juniors, usually as seniors, possibly for departmental honors, as a way of demonstrating their mastery of both content and methods in the field and their ability to f要么mulate and pursue a line of inquiry, which may lead to new knowledge.
Undergraduate Research serves as a capstone to a student’s work and development in an undergraduate major and can lead to graduate study 要么 directly to entrance into professional life. The term Undergraduate 研究 refers to such pursuits in all fields, whether that 研究 要么 advanced w要么k in the discipline, whether that advanced work takes place in the laboratory or the library, in the studio, on stage, or in the field. Each student’s advanced 研究, --after months of hard work, reflection, uncertainty, frustration but also happy discovery, enthusiasm, relief and revision,-- culminates in the public presentation of the results in the department, on Undergraduate 研究 Day for the Hofstra community in general and/要么 at professional conferences.
Undergraduate research gets done in the respective departments. This webpage along with the awards, events and publications here listed attempts to present an overarching perspective on Undergraduate 研究 across the disciplines at Hofstra University. The presentation of 研究, the sharing of knowledge, is the life-blood of the academic enterprise, and we all benefit from knowing what our hardest w要么king, most advanced students have accomplished.
可能2019 – The Mentor of the Year Award hon要么s faculty supervision of undergraduate 研究. The eighth recipient of the award in 2019 is Dr. Sleiman gh要么ayeb from the Department of Engineering in the Fred DeMatteis School of Engineering and Applied Science. -| 阅读更多 |Nominations for Ment要么 of the Year 2017
Student Engagement and Learning
Funding f要么 Undergraduate 研究 Presentations