The Integrated Inclusive Science Program offers students the opportunity to study the sciences in an interdisciplinary manner, while gaining research experience with a UR faculty member.
Ezana Befekadu, '17
University of Richmond revitalizes the STEM disciplines through science programs that help students develop necessary research skills.
Soleil Shah, '17
A wide range of coursework and experiential learning helped Soleil Shah understand the challenges in improving healthcare policy.
Alexis Blake, '19
After studying antibiotic resistance and HIV, chemistry major Alexis Blake now wants to work on criminal justice reform relating to drugs.
Jenci Hawthorne, '17 and Amy Li, '17
Members of Dr. Omar Quintero’s lab research the role of a motor protein in neuron development.
Santiago Espinosa, '17
Biology student researched tumor suppressors at Boston Children’s Hospital through prestigious HHMI internship
Aidan Winters, '17
Student conducts cancer research in Stanford School of Medicine lab through University of Richmond summer fellowship
of URISE students enroll in additional science courses after SMART or IQS
of IQS students become STEM majors
of SMART students complete course and conduct summer research