Students at Concordia become involved in planning research projects, collecting and analyzing data, and sometimes even serving as co-authors of scholarly works. They don’t just acquire knowledge but become co-inquirers, contributing to the knowledge base.
The redesigned facilities will provide dedicated write-up areas and flexible classrooms, while supporting research associated with classes, as well as independent projects mentored by faculty. There also will be updated infrastructure, which is necessary to support new labs.
Catch and Release
Dr. Joseph Whittaker, biology, and his students are studying the squirrels on campus.Learn More
Students are working with Dr. Jason Askvig to analyze how the brain reacts to injury.Learn More
Dr. Thelma Berquó, physics, leads Concordia students in research on iron oxides.Learn More
Students in Dr. Heidi Manning's astronomy course evaluate images of Mars.Learn More