PRISM is an interdisciplinary program supported by the National Science Foundation and run jointly by faculty from Physics, Mathematics, and Biology. The program offers a wide range of activities that engages students in the excitement of discovery and research leading to research co-op positions and further undergraduate research opportunities with faculty.  PRISM activities include biweekly seminars and social events throughout the fall for students interested in science or mathematics, a free one-credit research-based course in the Spring semester (open to all students in their first two years), and an intensive 4-week program during May (by application, stipend provided) exploring topics in Math, Physics, and Biology, leading on to opportunities for research co-ops and internships.

Additional information about this program can be found on the PRISM website.