Penn State DuBois supports the integration of undergraduate research into the our students academic experience. Our faculty provide opportunities for students to gain valuable exposure to real world research, while the campus provides the facilities to support such work through the Student Oriented Research Laboratory.
Faculty who regularly engage students in undergraduate research opportunities include:
Neyda Abreu, Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Geosciences, (firstname.lastname@example.org
) who focuses on meteorite research.
Richard Brazier, Associate Professor of Mathematics and Geology, (email@example.com
) who focuses in earthquake-seismology research as well as sequences and genetic algorithms.
Arshad Khan, Professor of Chemistry, (firstname.lastname@example.org
) who focuses research on interaction of caffeine with amylase, met-car synthesis, and theoretical study on charge transfer reaction through DNA.
Byron Parizek, Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Geosciences, (email@example.com
) who focuses on glaciological and Earth-systems research.