The HSI-STEM grant at ENMU focuses largely on funding undergraduate research in the university’s research laboratories.  Undergraduate research is a great opportunity for students to gain hands-on experience within their field, better understand the careers available, and to earn money!

ENMU Undergraduate Research Labs

  • –Biological Sciences
    • –Dr. Ken Cradock- Entomology
    • –Dr. Ivana Mali- Wildlife and Fisheries
    • –Dr. Manuel Varela- Microbiology
    • –Dr. Matthew Barlow- Anatomy and Physiology
    • –Dr. Youngkoo Cho- Plant Biology
    • –Dr. Zhiming Liu- Molecular Biology
  • –Physical Sciences
    • –Dr. Elliott Stollar- Biochemistry
    • –Dr. Juchao Yan- Analytical Chemistry
    • Dr. James Finley- Theoretical Quantum Physics
    • Dr. William Cooper- Organic Chemistry
  • –Electronics Engineering Technologies
    • –Dr. Hamid Allemehzadeh- EET
  • –Agricultural Sciences
    • –Dr. Darren Smith- Animal Reproduction and Nutrition
    • –Dr. Leslie Judd- Agricultural Science
  • –Psychology
    • –Dr. Gary Bond- Cognitive Psychology

 

Opportunities available for undergraduate research students include (but are not limited to):

  • Publications in peer-reviewed journals
  • Oral and Poster presentations at local, national, and international science conferences
  • Assistance with applications process for internships, graduate school, professional school, and careers.

 

For more information about how to apply for our program, please speak with Robin May at Robin.May@enmu.edu or visit her office in COB 159.