Student Research

Student in lab looks into microscope.

Research is a foundational aspect of the undergraduate experience. Starting as early as the first year, students discover new knowledge — and their own passions — through investigation and experimentation, guided by expert faculty in state-of-the-art facilities.

Student Research Opportunities

Creation and discovery are woven into all of our undergraduate programs at Stevens. Undergraduates have numerous opportunities to get involved with groundbreaking research — from working on campus with professors and graduate students, to making discoveries in the labs of leading corporations and in federal research labs, and more.

Students having a conversation with President Farvardin.

The Lawrence T. Babbio '66 Pinnacle Scholars Program

The Lawrence T. Babbio ’66 Pinnacle Scholars Program is an elite, invitation-only program for incoming full-time, first-year students who want to push the boundaries of their education. Pinnacle Scholars have access to special honors and research seminars, individualized mentoring and support for summer research or study abroad.

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The A. James Clark Scholars Program

The A. James Clark Scholars Program at Stevens provides financial aid and enhanced opportunities to underrepresented students in the engineering field. Clark Scholars are given opportunities to expand their horizons through service-based learning programs, leadership development and more. Invitations to the Clark Scholars Program are offered at the time of admission. To learn more about the program and eligibility, visit the A. James Clark Scholars Program website.

Undergraduate Research

Learn more about research opportunities for undergraduate students.

The Innovation Expo

This capstone event highlights the best of our students' ingenuity. Some projects lead to career connections and solutions for corporate partners, while others secure funding and launch companies.

Give it your best pitch

In 2023, the top team project took home a $10,000 prize for its winning pitch in The Ansary Entrepreneurship Competition.
Students explains his research at the Innovation Expo