At Nazareth, Peckham Hall gives new meaning to the words "lab work." This state-of-the-art facility has 20 labs filled with next-generation equipment.
Math shouldn't be about memorizing and applying formulas, says Yousuf George, Ph.D., associate professor of mathematics. It should be hands-on inquiry, discovery, and solving problems. Read his essay on the math revolution.
Research is a critical part of the undergraduate experience. Unlike at larger universities, Nazareth enables students to begin faculty-partnered research as early as your first year. Examples of research by department:
From Zimbabwe's most prestigious high school, to touring in Europe and North America, to Naz. Learn more about Goodwell Nzou '15, who went on to graduate school at Wake Forest University in the molecular and cellular biosciences program.
From France to Japan to Australia to Peru and beyond, Nazareth offers both short- and long-term study abroad programs.
Chris Redmond ‘17 has combined minors in legal studies and religious studies with his biochemistry major and bassoon playing to pursue multiple things he loves and to prepare for law school. Read more »
Dr. Thomas Caprio '96, medical director of Visiting Nurse Service and associate professor of medicine/geriatrics at the University of Rochester Medical Center, shares his approach to person-centered care.
"We are taking basic and advanced skills we learn in the classroom and applying them to a huge, real-world problem. Every time I hear about HIV on the news now, I get to think to myself, 'I am taking one huge step to one day stop the spread of this horrible disease.' ” — Moudi Hubeishy '14 on his research collaboration with professor Stephen Tajc, Ph.D. Hubeishy went on to medical school at the University at Buffalo.
Students from an array of majors come together to present research and projects during the annual Creative Activity and Research Showcase.
Professor Stephen Tajc, Ph.D., is investigating a scientific approach that could address ecological problems linked to hydrofracking.
Heather Lewis, Ph.D. shares her interest in different applications of math and encourages her students to do the same in Why I Teach.
A prestigious internship with the Center for Disease Control helped Anne Pysnik '15 figure out her interests and future career goals. Read more >>
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