Summer Research Fellows

Get curious and grow your ideas, Fisher! Spend the summer engaging in a research experience and earn Honors credit for it.

The Center for Student Research and Creative Work supports a competitive summer program for undergraduate students at St. John Fisher College to get involved in faculty-mentored research projects in a variety of disciplines and multidisciplinary collaborations. Last summer, students and mentors in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Pharmaceutical Sciences but also English, History, Mathematical and Computing Sciences, Media and Communication, Nursing, Philosophy, and Psychology participated.

The full 10-week program begins June 3 and ends August 12, 2019.

Details about the program and application process can be found on the Summer Research webpage.

Applications can be submitted March 11 through April 5, 2019.

News for 2019

  • Special projects will include:
    • University Radiation Medicine Foundation funded projects
      • Up to 4 students will be awarded stipends and research supply funds to investigate radiation medicine-related projects. Students in any major can propose work under this special project. One of the 4 projects can be cancer-related.
      • Funding for this special project has been made available by Fisher alum Dr. Timothy Kinsella and the University Radiation Medicine Foundation.

Additional Program Details

All questions should be directed to Center Director, Dr. Kristin Picardo (kpicardo@sjfc.edu; 585-899-3802).