Engaging students in research is a priority - to get started, visit the Research Office, which offers resources for undergraduates and graduate students interested in participating in faculty-mentored research experiences.
These accomplishments were anchored by the following College initiatives:
- Center for Gene Regulation in Health and Disease - Launched in 2008 with a grant from the Ohio Third Frontier Commission, GRHD was named a Center of Research Excellence by The Ohio Department of Higher Education in 2010 and has since earned a place as one of the top research centers in the nation.
- Research Day – now in its 10th year, this day-long conference highlights faculty and student research activities across the College.
- EngagedScholarship@CSU – an institutional repository and Digital Commons platform for research, education and service published by CSU's Michael Schwartz Library.
- Research collaborations and student placements across northeast Ohio, including the Cleveland Clinic, University Hospitals, Case Western Reserve University, NASA, as well as countless businesses and community partners.
- College of Science & Health Professions students won 57% of the Undergraduate Student Research Awards in 2017.
Research Day Presentations
|Area of Research||Title||Author|
|Biology||A New Appreciation of the Positive and Negative Effects of Interferons in Cancer
(presented at the 2015 COSHP Research Day)
|Dr. George Stark,
Lerner Research Institute
|COSHP||View All Research Day Abstracts||various|
|Environmental Sciences||Glaciers, People, and Global Climate Change||Dr. Lonnie Thompson|
|General||Funding Biomedical Research at the NIH: Challenges and Opportunities in Peer Review||Dr. Antonio Scarpa|
|General||NIH Training Opportunities to Develop Scientists||Jane Scott|
|GRHD||Gene Regulation in Health in Disease (GRHD): Research Center of Excellence at CSU||Dr. Anton Komar|
|Physics||2017 Society of Physics Students (SPS) Poster Session||various|
|~more to come~|
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