Whatever your interests are, as a graduate student in the College of Arts and Sciences, you'll find the resources and support you need to pursue them. The College’s three schools, 70+ departments, and 50+ research centers and institutes offer opportunities to conduct research and creative activity in a broad range of disciplines.
Here you’ll work side by side with internationally renowned faculty who are making strides in everything from creating machines that think like toddlers to improving public understanding of Muslims and their faith. You’ll have opportunities to work in world-class facilities such as the Grunwald Gallery of Art, the Nanoscale Characterization Facility, and the Social Science Research Commons. And you'll have all the resources of a Research I university right at your fingertips.
The best way to learn about research and creative activity opportunities for graduate students in the College is to consult the academic department that houses your area of interest. If you’re a current graduate student, your faculty advisor can help you find opportunities in your field of study.