Whether in the classroom or one-on-one with professors, students creatively explore topics from social psychology and the natural sciences to sports and epics in Western Culture.
Hampden-Sydney students are doing exciting things in research.
- TEDx - students and professors community-wide present their own round of TEDx talks on the topic of " Tradition and Change: 21st Century Men's College"
- English Capstone - students examine race and identity through a series of podcasts
- PechaKucha - faculty and students sharpen their brevity by describing their research using 20 slides presented in 20 seconds each
- H-S Journal of the Sciences - Hampden-Sydney's very own science publication releases its latest edition
- Elevator Pitch Competition - Rhetoric students hone their research pitch with 2-minute presentations about "Problems and Solutions in the World of Sports"
- Disney Institute - student interns present lessons on leadership from the "happiest place on earth"
- Environmental Studies Capstone - students present their ideas and commercials
Students present research at academic conferences throughout the country.
2018 National Conference of Undergraduate Research (NCUR) at the University of Oklahoma
- Carlo Anslemo '18, Joshua Elliott '18, Travis Stackow '19, Shelby Hanna '20
2019 American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in Orlando, FL
- Cory Allgood ’19, Hunter Lee ’19, Eli Strong ’20, Jason Pough ’19, Hunter Weiland ‘19
2019 National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) at Kennesaw State University, GA
- Wade Bredin ’20, Blake Martin ’19, Brendan Schwartz ’19, Brian Tarnai ’20, Sean Stimpson ’19, Zach Wiggin ’19, Nico Correa ’19, Travis Stackow ‘19