Working one-on-one with faculty members while earning a college stipend, 24 Albright students are completing winter undergraduate ACRE research projects.
Through Albright Creative Research Experience (ACRE) projects, undergraduate students conduct research or pursue creative endeavors outside of regular semester sessions. Student proposals must be accepted by a faculty review board and are rewarded with college stipends.
ACRE students work one-on-one with faculty mentors to pursue scholarly projects each summer and winter. Many collaborative teams of students and faculty present their research at academic conferences and publish their results in professional journals. All ACRE recipients share their progress during virtual ACRE events and regular Zoom meetings. Finished work is expected to be presented in one or more presentations, this spring.