Why Study STEM at Le Moyne?

At Le Moyne, we encourage our students' curiosity and desire to put that curiosity to work through a STEM major. Exploring chemistry, biology, biochemistry, mathematics, information systems, computer science, cybersecurity, environmental sciences, or physics provides a rigorous education, hands-on experience and practical career possibilities. At the same time, our students gain a foundation in a liberal-arts, interdisciplinary core curriculum, helping our students to think both creatively and ethically and adapt to our changing world.

Supporting Our Students
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consecte adipiscing elit. Clare Boothe Luce Research Scholars

Clare Boothe Luce Research Scholars program supports undergraduate women majoring in chemistry, computer science, mathematics, or physics. The program is designed to motivate and prepare high-potential women for success in graduate school and academic or research careers through engagement in mentored research, networking, and career preparation activities.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consecte adipiscing elit. McDevitt Information Systems Research Fellows

For the past decade, the McDevitt Center has supported a series of interdisciplinary Information Systems (IS) research projects that are associated with 鈥楪rand Challenges鈥欌攁reas of enduring interest, of critical importance, worthy of serious scholarship and investigation, and appropriate venues for long-term interdisciplinary research, programming, investment, and exploration.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consecte adipiscing elit. STEMPower

This leading-edge program brings together like-minded individuals to discuss topics that are important to college life and for women to accelerate their success in the professional world.

Meet Our Faculty
Photo Morgan Nivison

Larry Tanner

/ 2015

"I love research trips and traveling,鈥

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Hilary McManus

Biology / 2018

McManus was one of only 78 female scientists from around the globe selected to participate in a groundbreaking

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Photo Jason Luscier

Jason Luscier

/ 2019

They鈥檙e listening.

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