The Faculty Perspective
Students at St. Olaf ask big questions. Under biology and environmental studies professor John Schade’s guidance, student researchers gather samples in the wetlands of St. Olaf’s natural lands and return to the lab to conduct chemical analyses that help us better understand climate change.
That’s the best thing about student-faculty research at St. Olaf: it is a true intellectual collaboration. Students take the lead shaping the questions, with faculty members ready and willing to help steer the work. The result is fully professional research that leads to publications, conference presentations, and strong graduate school applications.
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