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Student Research

Last updated October 30, 2018

Students across campus are involved in research of some kind. From measuring brain waves and blood pressure to examining consumer product preferences—the possibilities are endless! You may choose to work with a faculty member or conduct your own original research. But before you start your project, you may need approval from the IRB. Once your research is complete, you may choose to present at the Palmer Research Symposium


Biology and Chemistry 

Faculty and students in Biology and Chemistry conduct research on human physiology, mammals and reptiles, geology, and much more! Click here for more information on these exciting research opportunities. 








Psychological Sciences

Faculty and students in the Psychological Sciences conduct research in a variety of domains including child development, memory, physiology, addiction, counseling, and relationships. Click here for more information about the research opportunities available and how you can get involved. 
(Photo courtesy of Tim Hynds, Sioux City Journal)






 Faculty and students in the Mathematics Department conduct research in areas such as Graph Theory, Combinatorics, and Partial Differential Equations on mathematical topics as varied as Frobenius numbers, Fibonacci numbers, dodecahedrons, Nim, Cops and Robbers, Euler circuits, weird numbers, and chip games. Talk with any of the math faculty to learn more about these fun research opportunities.











Information coming soon.

(Photo courtesy of Tim Hynds, Sioux City Journal)








Information coming soon.


Student Research Contact Information


Questions for the IRB, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Current Chair: Dr. Dharma Jairam, (712) 274-5260, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Palmer Student Research Symposium

Kari Varner, (712) 274-5220, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Jessica LaPaglia, (712) 274-5152, .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)