Dedication to research and scholarly activity permeates the air at Saint Martin's. Our faculty write books, publish and travel the world as Fulbright Scholars. They work side-by-side with students on real-world projects, cultivating curiosity and care. Our students develop academic investigations of their own, including a senior capstone project under the mentorship of their faculty advisor. If accepted, they present at our annual Scholars Day conference. Some have gone on to be published. Even our staff present at professional conferences and complete advanced degrees. Our commitment to lifelong learning provides fertile ground for scholastic achievement and an enduring call to inquiry.
Awards and accomplishments
From presentations to publications and Ph.D.s, our faculty, staff and students excel at taking their passions, their work and their lives into the world. We honor their achievements and share their success with you.
Scholarship is often revealed through our ability to inquire, collect, analyze and synthesize information--then share it with others, offering a fresh perspective and new insights. Our community embraces this process not only for scholastic achievement, but as a mode of self-discovery, self-expression and colleagueship. We invite you to get to know us through the books and papers we publish.
Center for Scholarship and Teaching
The Center for Scholarship and Teaching upholds the University's mission to provide a comprehensive, transformative education by supporting excellence in teaching and fostering faculty scholarship. A variety of workshops, programs and retreats help faculty develop their pedagogical skills, stay abreast of the latest research and cultivate an inclusive, learning environment. Learn more about the Center for Scholarship and Teaching.
Our annual Scholars Day conference provides students with the opportunity to share their scholarly works. Chosen by faculty committee, successful applicants present their work to the community on a beautiful spring day dedicated to scholarship. Talk to your faculty advisor about how to let your academic light shine! Learn more about Scholars Day and find out how to apply.
Signed into law in 1946, the Fulbright Program is the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. Government. It is the largest U.S. exchange program offering opportunities for students and young professionals to undertake international graduate study, advanced research, university teaching, and primary and secondary school teaching worldwide.