Each summer, PLNU students get opportunities to study fascinating subjects in compelling settings.
In addition to opportunities to study locally in San Diego, students have joined with professor to study Bison in Nebraska and mammals in the Costa Rican cloud forest.
Undergraduate research at PLNU began in the mid 1970s through the efforts of Dr. Kenneth Hyde. Dr. Hyde directed PLNU undergraduates in two different areas of research: 1) the effects of insecticides on the vertebrate nervous system; and 2) field biology studies involving bird populations on San Clemente Island and in various mainland marshes in San Diego County.
- Group Photos from 1980 to present (please click clock in bottom right corner for slide show autoplay)
2014 Summer Research Application (sorry, closed)
Kyoto Prize Symposium
PLNU Co-hosts the Kyoto Prize Symposium. View photos of the Inamori Scholars and other students who participated in the Kyoto Prize Symposium events on campus.