Macalester students enjoy a wealth of resources for research on and off campus—specialized laboratories, libraries, museum collections, distinct population groups for surveys, even a natural history center. Often students undertake research that makes real contributions to their discipline. They publish papers in scholarly journals, participate in conferences and provide analysis for policy makers and real-world use.
This year, Mac faculty were #1 among peers for National Science Foundation Grants.
The number of each summer receive research grants to work with professors.
The number of graduates in 2014 who did research projects with faculty before graduating.
The admit percentage above the national average for medical school by Mac students.