Center for Student Research & Creative Activity
Providing resources for your success.
The Center for Student Research and Creative Activity reflects the University’s commitment to engaged learning, which includes research, scholarship, and creative activities.
More and more, employers are looking for candidates that have engaged directly with their topics of study in an experiential manner. The SRCA helps students explore research and creative opportunities available to them with our very own expert faculty and staff across various disciplines, find means to collaborate with mentors to support their research activities, and identify venues to present and showcase their scholarly work both at the University of Saint Joseph and externally.
Contact us today at 860.231.5247.
Explore Your Opportunities
The Center for Student Research and Creative Activity is a resource for students to aid them in learning about the opportunities for research and experiential learning that exist at the University of Saint Joseph. This support is provided in multiple ways:
Support Your Research & Creative Activities
The Center for Student Research and Creative Activity connects and provides support to students as they work with the faculty and staff mentors to finding funding to conduct their research studies and creative activities. Opportunities for funding exist both within the University and externally:
Melissa Brown, Ph.D., R.D.
Chair, Institutional Review Board
Email: [email protected]
Present Your Work
The Center for Student Research and Creative Activities is happy to help students find venues to present their research and creative work. Presentations can occur at both at the University and beyond.
Watch master’s capstone projects from our graduate Education – Arts Integration students showcasing their academic and learning experiences at USJ!
Meet the SRCA Committee
Associate Professor of Biology
SRCA Director: Derek Dube, Department of Biology (Contact: [email protected])
SRCA Committee Intern: Jocelyn Guerraz, Graduate Assistant