Mentoring

Want to get involved with your own undergraduate research project? Students can help a faculty member with his or her research and scholarship or they can find a mentor to help them investigate their own research questions.  Downlaod the Faculty Research Interests list to see what faculty members are doing and how you can connect your interests with theirs.  Contact each faculty member directly for more details about arranging undergraduate research opportunities.  The list includes general research topics and prerequisites.  Note that some faculty are not currently taking on new students.

In close collaboration with faculty, Armstrong students engage in a wide variety of projects that have an impact far beyond the confines of the classroom.  In field and research trips around the region, students engage in hands-on learning. Investigating the rich culture and history of the Savannah area promotes student engagement in civic life; seeing themselves as scholars opens undergraduates’ eyes to the new roles they can play in the wider world.  Everyone benefits from the close connections made between faculty mentors and undergraduate researchers.

Faculty Research Interests