The Undergraduate Research Program
The Undergraduate Research Program provides meaningful mentored research opportunities to undergraduate students who are majoring in biology, biochemistry, chemistry, computer science, or mathematics. The program incorporates methods that enhance student participation, including faculty mentorship and required student research presentations at regional and national conferences.
Pre-Collegiate STEM Discovery program
One of Fairleigh Dickinson University’s strategic goals is to increase and diversify the pipeline of talented graduates in STEM. The Pre-Collegiate STEM Discovery program enrolls northern New Jersey middle and high school students from underserved districts in college-level science and math programs on the University’s Metropolitan campus throughout the academic year. Students enhance their STEM literacy through project-based learning and gain college-readiness skills. The program is provided at no cost to participants.
Free online college course in Python
The University’s Gildart Haase School of Computer Science and Engineering is implementing strategies to recruit and to sustain underrepresented students in STEM. A new program will empower 30, high-achieving and underrepresented students in area public high schools by offering them a free, 3-credit, online college course in Python, one of the most high-demand and versatile computer languages.