Chase Whittaker, Class of 2018
Chase majored in political science and public health. During his time as undergraduate he conducted research in Zambia and subsequently set up a nonprofit to benefit underserved communities there and elsewhere. Learn more about Chase.
Katelyn Sileo, Ph.D
Katy is a 2017-18 public health doctoral graduate who spent a year conducting dissertation research in Uganda, looking at HIV in fishing communities. She is now a postdoctoral fellow at Yale University. Learn more about Katy.
Elena Arroyo and Madison Kennedy, Class of 2018
Elena and Madison were both undergraduates who took STEM seriously (physics and chemistry, respectively) and spent much of their undergraduate careers in the research lab. They are now both matriculating into the doctoral program of biological physics, structure and design at the University of Washington, Seattle. Learn more about Elena and Madison.
@SDSURESEARCH SOCIAL MEDIA STORY
Undergraduate Research in the News
Higher Education and a Higher Purpose
A student researcher receives accolades after working with the SDSU Body Image, Sexuality and Health lab and other campus activities.
Italy, on Her Own Terms
A student designs her own research experience while studying abroad in Italy.
Lessons from the Research Lab, from California to Costa Rica
Several students conducted research throughout North America and shared their experiences.
Summer Research a Transformative Experience for Undergrads
SDSU is funded 70 students to conduct research with faculty mentors. "I love research," said one student.
Combining Research, Instruction and Prizes is All the Buzz
A recent SDSU undergraduate's research into California mosquito viruses won the inaugural Microbial Metagenomics Discovery Challenge. .
Student Research Team Finds Meaning in Work
A group of undergraduates spent two years conducting research and found the experience altered their education and career paths.
STEM Diversity Programs Put Undergrads on Research Path for Research Success
Two-thirds of SDSU undergraduates who receive National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships hail from two university programs aimed at increasing diversity in STEM research.