The Eugene M. Lang Student Faculty Research Fellowship program provides support for individual undergraduate students to engage in collaborative research with faculty mentors outside of the normal classroom setting.
The Fellowship is designed to encourage undergraduate students who exhibit promise for advanced study and careers in research.
Students selected for this prestigious award devise and undertake worthy research projects in collaboration with Pace University faculty mentors. In most cases, the research projects completed by student-faculty teams culminate in publication and/or presentation at scholarly conferences.
Pace University gratefully acknowledges the generous contribution by the Eugene M. Lang Foundation in support of our outstanding students.
Submissions from 2006
Predictive Robot Vision, Thomas Achtemichuk
Can Gene Silencing of PNUTS Inhibit Cancer Growth, Tara Sherry
Submissions from 2005
The Structural Change in the U.S. Banking Industry, Andrey Androshchuk
Preparation and Investigation of Antimicrobial Alginate Wound Dressings, Jasmine Escalera
Submissions from 2004
Impact of Acoustic Interference on Mate Choice in Treefrogs, Kenneth J. Huth
Extracts of African Plants as Potential Antitrypanosomal Agents, J'Ada M. Thomas
Submissions from 2003
Spirituality and the Beat Generation, Caroline Pomietlarz
Submissions from 2002
Plato and Xenophon on Socrates' Defense: Σωφροσυνη and Philosophy, Michal Klincewicz
Effect of Cellular Stress on the Cancer Protein, Retinoblastoma, Vivienne Tedesco