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Through independent projects, the Senior Program, research with faculty members, and summer internships, Hamilton provides an increasing number of opportunities for students to engage in significant — often publishable — research at the undergraduate level.

Hands-On Collaborative Research

Summer Research

Hamilton offers its students outstanding opportunities to conduct research in all disciplines. Approximately 120 students receive grants each summer.

Publish & Present

Whether it’s during the academic year or the summer, Hamilton students collaborate with professors on original research. Often their work results in articles published in peer-reviewed journals or in presentations at national conferences. 

Recent News

Alex Szyperek ‘24

Majireck Group Explores Medical Potential of Synthetic Molecules

This summer, Majireck and seven students worked on three different research projects — one funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), one by the American Heart Association (AHA) and one by the Edward and Virginia Taylor Chemistry Research Fund — that have important medical implications.

2022 Janack Levitt Research Group

Philosophy Researchers Explore Places and Things in Levitt Project

Through a Levitt Center-funded summer research project, four students are exploring the importance of the home under the direction and support of John Stewart Kennedy Professor of Philosophy Marianne Janack.

Alan Zhao '23

Zhao ’23 Testing Theory About Rent Control Programs in Levitt Project

Many economists agree: like any form of price control, rent control programs are a bad idea. But Alan Zhao ’23 is not like most economists.

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