BSU faculty and students are out in the world, performing innovative field work and research, publishing in nationally reviewed journals, and sharing their findings with peers and colleagues across the country.

Our undergraduates present research at statewide conferences and spend summers studying the biodiversity of different regions throughout the U.S. Graduate students dedicate much of their time to independent research in their own fields and deliver oral defenses of their work before achieving their degrees.

BSU’s faculty boasts an impressive roster of presentations and publications on topics that range from mental health in Native American communities and food security in the developing world to American youth movements in the 19th century and culturally responsive mathematics.

Our academic specialties are as diverse and vibrant as our campus community. Explore our collected work to learn more about research at BSU.