Summer research is one of the hallmarks of a Pomona education. For up to 10 weeks each summer, about 200 students undertake individual or collaborative research under faculty guidance or working as research assistants to a faculty member. While most of the research is conducted on campus, students also design their own independent projects, which recently included traveling to Kenya to conduct research on tuberculosis and to North Dakota to produce a documentary on the effects of an oil boom on a small town.
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