Research is a crucial part of the graduate student experience in DePaul’s College of Science and Health (CSH). Here you will find college-level information resources for CSH graduate students.
Graduate students Jason Echevarria (left) and Michael Bonthron recently published applied mathematics theses connecting abstract theory and real-life application.
Students in combined Community Psychology Master's Program launch careers, internships with 'Vincentian drive to take action.'
This summer Nicholas Cooper, a graduate student in the School of Nursing, received the
Health and Medicine Policy Research Group’s distinguished
The Graduate Research Fund (GRF) supports DePaul College of Science and Health graduate students, providing funding for conducting research and presenting research at academic conferences. Graduate students who seek a GRF award should first read the
application instructions and then submit the
GRF application online by the deadlines that fall annually on:
Faculty mentors will also need to complete the
online GRF sponsor endorsement by the corresponding deadline. GRF applicants should request their faculty mentor's endorsement at least two weeks prior to the deadline.
Students should provide the title of their project, their student ID number, and their application to their faculty mentor in advance.
If you have any questions regarding the GRF application process, please contact
Dr. Susan D. McMahon, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Programs.
MUSE is a pilot mentorship program designed to support both research learning opportunities for undergraduate students and original graduate student research, including thesis work. With a MUSE grant, CSH undergraduate students conduct research with the guidance of a Master's level student mentor. The mentor and mentee receive $750 each to collaborate on a project of their choosing from May 2023 through May 2024, while gaining experience presenting their work to the scientific community. MUSE partners are expected to participate in the STEM Undergraduate Research Showcase in the Fall and are encouraged to further present or publish their work, including in the College's undergraduate research journal, DePaul Discoveries. MUSE especially aims to facilitate undergraduate support for students from diverse, underrepresented groups.
The application deadline for this academic year is May 1. Students must have a corresponding research partner and faculty sponsor prior to applying, and student partners must apply jointly to be considered. Partners do not have to be from the same department, and inter-disciplinary collaboration is encouraged. Students who do not have a partner should reach out to CSHResearch@depaul.edu for matching support immediately and well before the application deadline. Please note that a match is not guaranteed, and students are encouraged to seek their own partnerships by sharing their research interests with faculty and students for successful matching.
Applicants will be notified of a decision in early May, after which the program term begins. To submit, please complete the following steps. All materials must be received by the deadline to be considered:
Graduate students have many opportunities to pursue externally-funded scholarships that can be used to fund their academic work.
Click here to see more about scholarships
The Office of Advising and Student Services assists graduate students throughout their academic study in the College of Science and Health, from new student orientation through graduation. For more information about graduate advising or questions about how to contact your advisor, please visit the
Office of Advising and Student Services.
Via Sapientiae is the institutional repository at DePaul University for graduate student theses and dissertations. Electronic versions of recent theses and dissertations by College of Science and Health (CSH) students at DePaul University are archived here.
Please visit the
CSH Graduation Requirements page or contact the graduate student services administrator in the Office of Advising and Student Services via
CSHGraduation@depaul.edu for more information on the CSH submission processes and procedures for theses and dissertations.
The DePaul University Library supports all phases of a research project, including preliminary literature searches, developing research questions and hypotheses, guiding search methodologies, managing and sharing citations, and identifying journals for publication. The library also offers the following: