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Our Global Accelerator Programs in Paris, Boston, Chicago and San Francisco are filling very quickly, and I anticipate there will be no places remaining after the New Year. As such, I would like to take the opportunity to ask interested students to apply sooner rather than later.
Deadlines are rapidly approaching! Use the PathwaysToScience.org searchable database to find and apply to STEM paid summer research programs over winter break.
Call for Applicants: NSF/REU Undergraduate Research Fellowship in Interdisciplinary Water Science and Engineering
Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia Application Deadline: February 15, 2019 (11:59 PM, EST)
The Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center (GLBRC) at Michigan State University invites applications from undergraduate students interested in a career in bioenergy for our Summer Undergraduate Research Program in 2019.
The Case Comprehensive Cancer Center at Case Western Reserve University is sponsoring the Cancer-Focused Summer Undergraduate Research (CanSUR) program. The goal of the program is to generate excitement for a future career in cancer research in highly motivated undergraduates and help them prepare for the next stage in their careers. Thirty-two undergraduates from across the country will work with one of 82 Case Comprehensive Cancer Center researchers.
Information can be found at: CanSUR Information and Application
Program: The Ole Miss Chemistry Department seeks applicants for
an NSF-funded summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program in
2019. Students who have completed their freshman year of college and who have
not yet graduated can participate fully in "Ole Miss Physical Chemistry Summer
Research Program" activities and work on a research project under the direction
of a faculty mentor. Student participants will receive a $5,000 stipend, a housing
and meal plan for ten weeks, and travel assistance.
Eligibility: Undergraduate student participants must have completed their freshmen year of college but not yet graduated, and must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or its possessions. Underrepresented groups in science are strongly encouraged to apply, including minorities, women, and first-generation college students.