Interested in getting involved in undergraduate research? Need help finding someone to work with? Come to a workshop hosted by the Undergraduate Research Association to learn how to find a research mentor! Hear from Office of Undergraduate Research representatives to discuss a wide variety of fields, including STEM, humanities, fine arts, and everything in between. They can answer your questions about research, share their own experiences with you, and guide you along the path to your future research mentor. Free cookies will be provided!
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Promising undergraduates are sought for the 5th year of UCLA’s B.I.G. Summer Research Program in Genomics, Bioinformatics, and Systems Biology.
On behalf of the Harvard College Undergraduate Research Association (HCURA) we would like to extend an invitation to undergraduate students at West Virginia University to attend the National Collegiate Research Conference (NCRC) held at Harvard University on January 24-26, 2020.
NCRC is a large-scale, multidisciplinary forum held annually at Harvard University, where the most accomplished undergraduate students from across the United States and internationally convene each year to share their research in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. The core vision behind our conference is to provide student researchers with the opportunity to hear from the world’s leading authorities in academia, policy, and industry, as well as to foster important exchanges and dialogue between students. Last year, after being selected through a competitive application process, over 200 participants from nearly 75 universities across America and abroad attended our conference. Through NCRC, we hope to expand the perspective of undergraduate researchers through offering exposure to diverse fields and to facilitate the discourse on collaboration, leadership, and social impact in research that we believe will be invaluable in future pursuits.
Senator Joe Manchin also offers internship opportunities in both his D.C. and state offices. His internship program is designed to create a unique opportunity to enrich the academic experience with direct participation in the legislative process and public service.
To apply for an internship in one of Senator Manchin’s offices, please fill out the form below and submit it before the session deadline (Deadlines: Summer - March 1; Fall - June 15; Spring - Oct. 15).
Autonomous Driving Undergraduate $5,000 Scholarship Opportunity – NEW!
Now accepting applications for the Summer 2020 program!
Join an intense and exciting research environment this summer. Apply to the Janelia Undergraduate Scholars Program by January 7, 2020.
The Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellows program is looking for undergraduate students who have already graduated or are set to graduate in the near future with a STEM degree. The WW Teaching Fellowship provided top applicants with a $32,000 stipend, admission into a competitive M.Ed. program, extensive clinical practice, ongoing mentoring, teacher certification, and more. Application deadlines are Oct. 15 & Dec. 13, 2019 and Jan. 30, 2020. Fellows teach for several years in a high-need school district in Philadelphia or Pittsburgh upon completion of the program. For more information, click on the link above.
you involved research and looking for an opportunity to showcase your skills?
Do you want to learn more from professionals in your discipline? Would you like
the opportunity to meet students from across the United States in varying STEM
fields? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you should apply to
the Mid-Atlantic Undergraduate Research Conference at Virginia Tech. This
conference is a unique opportunity for undergraduates to come together with
professionals from varying scientific fields and share their passion for
research. Our team created this conference because we believe in encouraging
the collaboration of knowledge in order to facilitate advancement within areas
of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
The Mid-Atlantic Undergraduate Research Conference is a two day event, March 28-29th, which will include panel sessions, student oral and poster presentations, and catered meals. You can also look forward to hearing from two phenomenal keynote speakers. Dr. Anthony Leggett is a physics professor at the University of Illinois, and was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2003. Dr. Arnold Caplan is director of the Skeletal Research Center at Case Western Reserve University and is known as a pioneer in mesenchymal stem cell research.