Related interdisciplinary programs include:
Three biology seniors were featured in the The Patriot-News in May 2009. They started their research project as a component of a Comparative Animal Physiology course that was taught by Prof. Kay Etheridge. She continued to oversee the students' independent research.
The Cross-Disciplinary Science Institute at Gettysburg College (X-SIG) was established to help our community of students be research ready, research active and research connected. Find out more
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Student-faculty collaboration leads to successful careers
Student-faculty collaboration. The term is prevalent on the Gettysburg College campus – often discussed with prospective families, realized by students, and cherished by alumni.
But what’s the impact of faculty working one-on-one with students to further explore their areas of scholarly interests? Dr. Greg Crawford ’95, Kalin Vasilev ’06, and Kristin Shingler ’11 know the benefits well.