Maryland Center for Undergraduate Rresearch at the University of Maryland

Research in the U.S.

Below are a variety of internship and research experiences with locations in the US. The majority are paid summer positions. If in your search you come across information that is out-of-date, please let us know by emailing ugresearch@umd.edu with the subject line "Website Update."

  • Multi-disciplinary Research Programs

    Multi-disciplinary Research Programs

    Amgen Scholars
    Description: The program allows undergraduate students to take part in university research projects, gaining hands-on lab experience while working with a faculty mentor.
    Location: Nationwide
    Fields: Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Biopsychology, Biotechnology, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Chemistry, Immunology, Medical Pharmacology, Microbiology, Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology, Molecular Genetics, Molecular Medicine, Molecular Pharmacology, Neurobiology, Neuroscience, Pathology, Physiological Psychology, Physiological Science, Statistics, Toxicology
    Eligibility: rising juniors and seniors; 3.2+ GPA; interest in PhD or MD-PhD; US citizens or permanent resident
    Funding: Varies
    Deadline: Early February
    Length: 8-10 weeks

    Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP)
    Description: SROP helps prepare undergraduates for graduate study through intensive research experiences with faculty mentors and enrichment activities. The program seeks to increase graduate school access for students from groups underrepresented in graduate education.
    Locations: Nationwide
    Fields: All disciplines
    Eligibility: 3.0+ GPA; US citizen or permanent resident; rising sophomore or junior; strong interest in pursuing a Ph.D.
    Funding: $3,000-$5,000+
    Length: 8-10 weeks
    Deadline: early February

    Emory Summer Research Programs
    Description: Summer Research Programs allow an undergraduate student to conduct supervised research with a faculty mentor. Students receive training in the research methods applicable to their research plan, analyze their data and create written and oral presentations of their results.
    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Fields: All
    Eligibility: Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors; US citizen or permanent resident
    Funding: Varies
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: late January

    Kansas State University Summer Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (SUROP)
    Description: SUROP gives undergraduates from under-represented groups a first-hand experience with the research process. Students work closely with faculty members as part of their research teams and ttend weekly seminars to learn more about the graduate school experience.
    Location: Manhattan, KS
    Fields: Varies, but includes Sciences, Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities, and Engineering
    Eligibility: Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors; 3.0+ GPA; relevant major; US citizen
    Funding: $4,500+
    Length: 9 weeks
    Deadline: Early February

    The Leadership Alliance
    Description: The Leadership Alliance Summer Research Early Identification Program (SR-EIP) prepares undergraduates for research careers by providing students with hands-on research experiences.
    Locations: Nationwide, including DC metro area
    Fields: All. Sciences, Social Sciences, Engineering, Mathematics, and Humanities
    Eligibility: Good academic standing with a GPA of 3.0 or better; have completed at least two semesters and have at least one semester remaining of their undergraduate education by the start of the summer program (rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors); demonstrated interest and potential to pursue a PhD or MD/PhD; US citizen or permanent resident; attend an accredited public or private college or university in the U.S. or its territories
    Funding: The internship pays all expenses, providing students with a competitive stipend, travel, and housing
    Length: 8-10 weeks
    Deadline: Early February

    MIT Summer Research Program (MSRUP)
    Description: MSRUP students conduct research under the guidance of experienced scientists and engineers who are MIT faculty members, postdoctoral fellows, and advanced graduate students. The program’s goal is to increase the number of underrepresented minorities and underserved students in the research enterprise.
    Location: Cambridge, MA
    Fields: Architecture, Engineering, Humanities, Arts, Social Sciences, Business and Management, Sciences
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors; 3.5+ GPA; genuine interest in a research-based PhD
    Funding: Stipend and housing
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Late January

    National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)
    Description: The Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program engages students in active research. REU Sites may be based in a single discipline or academic department, or on interdisciplinary or multi-department research opportunities with a coherent intellectual theme.
    Location: Nationwide, including Washington DC
    Fields: STEM and Social Sciences, including Astronomical Sciences, Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Science, Cyberinfrastructure, Department of Defense (DoD), Earth Sciences, Education, Engineering, Ethics, International Science, Materials Research, Ocean Sciences, Physics, Polar Programs, Behavioral Science, and Economics
    Eligibility: U.S. citizen or permanent resident; individual site requirements may vary
    Funding: Varies, though most provide generous stipends
    Length: Varies, but most are about 10 weeks
    Deadline: Varies, but most are in January or February

    Princeton Summer Undergraduate Research Experience (PSURE)
    Description: The goal of PSURE is to motivate and prepare students to make competitive applications to research doctoral programs, with a view toward completing the Ph.D. and going on to teach and conduct original research. Each student accepted for PSURE will work with a Princeton faculty member, either as a research assistant in a laboratory project (sciences and engineering) or as an advisee in editing and writing research papers appropriate to the field (humanities and social sciences).
    Location: Princeton, NJ 
      Fields: All disciplines
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors; 3.5+ GPA; US citizen or permanent residents;
    Funding: $3,750+
    Length: 8 weeks
    Deadline: early February

    Purdue Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP)
    Description: Students conduct research under the supervision of a faculty mentor and participate in professional development seminars and GRE prep.
    Location: West Lafayette, Indiana
    Fields: Any discipline in which Purdue offers a PhD degree
    Eligibility: 3.0+ GPA; interest in pursuing graduate education
    Funding: Stipend plus room and board
    Length: 8 weeks
    Deadline: early March

    Smithsonian Institution
    Description: Smithsonian internships are individualized learning experiences, guided by a mentor and with stated learning objectives. They are offered year-round in 19 museums and 9 research centers.
    Location: Primarily Washington DC, plus 6 other US cites and 1 international site
    Fields: History, Biology, Education, Business, Public Administration, Landscape Architecture, Geology, Computer Science, Astronomy, Physics, Museum Studies, Finance, Accounding, Environmental Studies, Museum Conservation, Art, Art History, Art Preservation, Anthropology, African American Studies, Native American Studies, Asian Studies, Science Education, Law, Graphic Design, Zoology, International Relations, Library Science, Museum Studies
    Eligibility: Varies
    Funding: Up to $600 per week. However, select scholarships for racial and ethnic minority students as well as those in financial need are available, including
    the Katzenberger Foundation Art Internship Program for Art History students with financial need
    Minority Awards Program Internship
    Native American Awards Program Internship for Native American students interested in studying the Smithsonian's Native American resources
    Length: Varies
    Deadline: Varies depending on program and semester

    UCLA Summer Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR)
    Description: UCLA SPUR offers upper division undergraduate students with outstanding academic potential the opportunity to work closely with faculty mentors on research projects. The programs are designed for students who wish to learn more about the graduate school experience and possibly pursue an academic career in teaching and research.
    Location: Los Angeles, CA
    Fields: All disciplines
    Eligibility: Varies
    Funding: Varies
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Variable; most deadlines in February or March

  • Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

    Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

    American Bar Association Montgomery Summer Research Diversity Fellowships in Law and Social Science for Undergraduate Students
    Description: The American Bar Foundation summer program is designed to introduce students to the rewards and demands of a research-oriented career in the field of law and social science. Each student is assigned to an American Bar Foundation Research Professor who will involve the student in his/her research project and mentor the student.
    Location: Chicago, IL
    Fields: Law, Social Sciences, Humanities
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors; US citizen or permanent resident; 3.0+ GPA; Social science or humanity major
    Funding: $3,600+
    Length: 8 weeks
    Deadline: mid-February

    The American Political Science Association Ralph Bunche Summer Institute
    Description: The Institute gives students a look at the world of graduate study with a program of two transferable credit courses, one in quantitative analysis and one in race and American politics, to introduce the intellectual demands of graduate school and political science research methods. For a final project for both courses, students prepare original, empirical research papers, and top students are given the opportunity to present their research at APSA's Annual Meeting.
    Location: Durham, NC
    Field: Political Science
    Eligibility: Racial or ethnic minority, or pursuing scholarship on issues affecting under-represented groups; rising seniors; US citizens; demonstrated interest in teaching and research in political science
    Funding: All expenses paid
    Length: 1 month
    Deadline: January

    Anthropology Internship Program, American Museum of Natural History
    Description: Anthropology interns work on projects relating to the collections or to the ongoing research interests of the curatorial staff in the museum or in the field. The department's collections and research are focused on North American, Mexican/Central American and South American archaeology and ethnology; Asian, African and Pacific ethnology; and Biological Anthropology. In addition, internships are awarded in collections management, archives and conservation.
    Location: New York, NY
    Fields: Anthropology, Museum Studies, or related fields.
    Eligibility: Varies
    Funding: Varies
    Length: Varies
    Deadline: March for summer, August for fall, and Secember for spring

    The Art Institute of Chicago Architecture and Design Research Internship
    Description: Interns, working under the guidance of curators or department heads, assist in routine departmental work that ranges from special projects and research to clerical support.
    Location: Chicago, IL
    Fields: Graphic Design, Public Relations, Marketing, Communications, Architecture, Museum Studies, Human Resources, Photography, Art History, Arts Administration
    Eligibility: Undergraduates and graduate students, recent graduates
    Funding: Varies
    Length: Varies
    Deadline: See website

    Children's Museum of Indianapolis
    Description: Using highly focused visitor observations, interviews, and questionnaires, interns will collect and analyze data and report findings.
    Location: Indianapolis, IN
    Fields: Museum Studies, Graphic Design, Fund Development, Education, Arts Administration, Human Resources, Information Technology, Marketing
    Eligibility: Varies
    Funding: Varies
    Length: Varies
    Deadline: Varies

    Curry School of Education Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP), University of Virginia
    Description: This internship program is designed to encourage students from groups traditionally underrepresented in the field of education research to pursue graduate study and consider careers in academic, policy, or research organizations. Interns will work on research focusing on schools, classrooms, and other youth settings as contexts critical to child and adolescent development. They will also participate in developmental workshops and meetings, and present at a research conference.
    Location: Charlottesville, VA.
    Fields: Education, Developmental Psychology
    Eligibility: Rising seniors; Member of an underrepresented group; 3.0+ GPA; US citizen or permanent resident
    Funding: $3,000
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: early February

    Historic Deerfield Summer Fellowship Program in Early American History and Material Culture
    Description: Fellows explore history and material culture studies in hands-on classroom seminars, walking tours and room studies with Historic Deerfield staff and visiting lecturers; conduct original research on New England history and material culture using museum and library collections; and learn to guide and interpret in Historic Deerfield's furnished museum houses.
    Location: Deerfield, MA
    Fields: American Studies, Architecture, Archeology, Art and Art History, Design, History, Preservation, and Museum Studies
    Eligibility: Juniors and seniors
    Funding: All expenses paid
    Length: 9 weeks
    Deadline: early February

    Metropolitan Museum of Art Internships for College and Graduate Students
    Description: Based upon their academic training and interests, as well as the availability of projects, interns work in one of the Metropolitan's administrative areas—curatorial, education, conservation, administration, or library.
    Location: New York, NY
    Fields: Art History and Humanities
    Eligibility: Undergraduate and graduate students, recent graduates
    Funding: Varies
    Length: 10 weeks to 1 year
    Deadline: Varies

    Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) Internships
    Description: Interns gain experience in a specific area of museum work and participate in professional development activities designed to increase understanding of the Museum's collections.
    Location: New York, NY
    Fields: Art History, Museum Studies, Photography, Education, Graphic Design, Marketing
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors, recent college graduates, graduate students, and beginning museum professionals
    Funding: $3,500+
    Length: 10-12 weeks
    Deadline: February for summer, June for fall

    Pace University Undergraduate Psychology Summer Internship Program
    Description: The Counseling Center at Pace University's New York City campus offers the opportunity for summer interns to experience, under supervision, the diverse functions of a professional psychologist in a university counseling center. These functions include scholarly research, outreach and consultation program development, and limited clinical work.
    Location: New York, NY
    Field: Psychology, Social Work
    Eligibility: Undergraduates majoring in psychology or a related field, desire to earn an advanced degree in psychology or a related field
    Funding: Unpaid
    Deadline: late January

    Princeton University Art Museum Summer Internships
    Description: Interns may work in one of the following departments: curatorial, education, development, information and technology, marketing, registrar, or publishing. Not all departments accept interns each summer, and interns are placed on the basis of their experience, academic training, and departmental needs.
    Location: Princeton, NJ
    Fields: Art History, Education, Marketing and Public Relations, Photography
    Eligibility: Undergraduate and graduate students
    Funding: $13+ per hour
    Length: 9 weeks
    Deadline: late February

    University of Minnesota Center for Cognitive Science Research Experience for Undergraduates
    Description: This program gives undergraduates the opportunity to preview some of the experiences of a first year graduate student and to engage in advanced research in cognitive and behavioral sciences.
    Location: Minneapolis, MN
    Fields: Behavioral Sciences, Cognitive Sciences, and Mental Health
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors, with preference given to rising seniors; US citizens and permanent residents
    Funding: $5000+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: See website

  • Medicine, Genetics, and Public Health

    Medicine, Genetics, and Public Health

    American Association of Medical Colleges, Summer Undergraduate Research Programs
    Descrition: This website includes links to many of the available summer undergraduate research programs in biology and biomedical research. Programs typically involve hands-on research, professional development, and social activities, and may include seminars and GRE or MCAT prep.
    Fields: Biology, Biomedical Research
    Eligibility: varies
    Funding: Varies
    Length: Varies
    Deadline: Varies

    Biology/BCS/CBMM Summer Research Internship, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Description: This summer program provides a unique opportunity for students who do not have access to top-notch research facilities at their own institution to conduct supervised research in a fast-paced environment with state-of-the-art research facilities, and to experience first hand the academic social and cultural environment at MIT. Students accepted into the program receive practical training in one of over 90 research laboratories affiliated with the Department of Biology, the Department of Brain & Cognitive Sciences, or the Center for Brains, Minds, and Machines.
    Location: Cambridge, MA
    Fields: Biochemistry and Biophysics, Bioengineeering, Biology, Genetics, Infectious Diseases, Biomedicine, Neuroscience, Neurobiology, Virology.
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors; have completed introudctor courses in biological sciences; 3.5+ science GPA; demonstrated interest in scientific research
    Funding: Stipend plus room and board
    Deadline: late January

    Center for Disease Control and Prevention Collegiate Leaders in Environmental Health (CLEH)
    Description: Interns are placed in environmental health programs at the CDC and complete projects on environmental public health issues.
    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Fields: Public Health, Environmental Studies, Environmental Sciences, Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, Ecology
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors; US citizens and permanent residents; 3.0+ GPA; relevant major
    Funding: weekly stipend of $500+
    Length: 9 weeks
    Deadline: late January

    Diversity Summer Internship Program (DSIP) Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University
    Description: The Diversity Summer Internship Program is a 10-week summer program that provides undergraduates with a graduate-level, independent research project in the biomedical or public health field.
    Location: Baltimore, MD
    Fields: Biomedical Sciences and Public Health
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors or rising graduate students who have applied to a graduate program in the Bloomberg School of Public Health; US citizen or permanent resident
    Funding: $3,000+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: early February

    Gerstner Sloan-Kettering Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP)
    Description: Students obtain hands-on research experience in cutting edge laboratories; attend a weekly luncheon/seminar series of presentations by faculty; attend skills/development workshops to hone presentation skills, interview skills, etc.; attend and present at works-in-progress sessions with the cohort of SURP students; and present their research at a special poster session at the end of the program.
    Location: New York, NY
    Field: Biomedical Science
    Eligibility: Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors; 3.0+ GPA; coursework and research experience in biology and/or chemistry
    Funding: $4,000+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Early February

    Harvard Medical School Four Directions Summer Research Program (FDSRP)
    Description: FDSRP is a summer research opportunity for undergraduate students with a commitment to the health of Native American communities. Students engage in basic science or translational research projects under the supervision of Harvard Medical School faculty advisers.
    Location: Boston, MA
    Field: Science, Public Health
    Eligibility: Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors; Interest in medicine, public health, or biomedical sciences (with 1+ college science course); US citizen or permanent resident
    Funding: Stipend plus room and board
    Length: 8 weeks
    Deadline: Early February

    Jackson Laboratory Summer Student Program
    Description: The Summer Student Program is designed for students who want to immerse themselves in genetics and genomics research. It emphasizes laboratory discovery, communication of knowledge, and professional growth. Under the guidance of a mentor, students develop an independent research project, implement their plan, analyze the data, and report their results.
    Location: Bar Harbor, ME and Farmington, CT
    Fields: Science Writing, Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, Cancer, Developmental Biology and Aging, Genomics, Hematology/Immunology, Metabolic Diseases, Neurobiology and Sensory Deficits
    Eligibility: Full-time student with at least one semester of college remaining; US citizens and permanent residents.
    Funding: $5,250+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Early February

    Johns Hopkins Center for Computational Biology
    Description: The internship program provides hands-on research experience as part of ongoing research projects with bioinformatics and genomics faculty at Johns Hopkins' Center for Computational Biology at the McKusick-Nathans Institute of Genetic Medicine. Current areas of research include analysis of high-throughput DNA sequence data to characterize genes and their variations, studies of the microbiome, assembly of whole-genome shotgun data from various species, and the development of new computational and statistical methods for other genome analysis problems.
    Location: Baltimore, MD
    Fields: Biomedical Engineering, Computer Science, Biostatistics, Biology
    Eligibility: Computer programming experience; High school and undergraduate students; US citizen or permanent resident
    Funding: $4,500+
    Deadline: mid-February

    Johns Hopkins Summer Internship Program (SIP)
    Description: The Summer Internship Program (SIP) provides experience in research laboratories to students of diverse backgrounds, including underrepresented minority students, students from economically disadvantaged and underserved backgrounds and students with disabilities. The purpose of this exposure to biomedical and/or public health research is to encourage students to consider careers in science, medicine and public health.
    Location: Baltimore, MD
    Fields: STEM, Biomedical Sciences, Public Health
    Eligibility: Varies. All programs require students to have completed at least one year of college.
    Funding: $3,000+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: early February

    Loyola University Summer Undergraduate Research Program, Department of Microbiology and Immunology
    Description: Students actively participate in research related to molecular Microbiology or Immunology, learning modern research techniques such as maintaining cell cultures, gel electrophoresis, and immunoassays. Students also attend scientific seminars and journal clubs, participate in summer workshops, and present their results to the department.
    Location: Chicago, IL
    Fields: Microbiology, Immunology, Virology, Genetics
    Eligibility: Undergraduates, with preference to rising juniors and seniors
    Funding: $4,000+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: early February

    Maternal Child Health Careers/Research Initiatives for Student Enhancement - Undergraduate Program (MCHC/RISE-UP), Kennedy Krieger Institute
    Description: The MCHC/RISE-UP Program provides opportunities for enhanced public health training to eliminate health disparities and promote health equity. Students will choose two public health leadership expierences at one of the research sites in the areas of Clinical/Community, Community Engagement and Advocacy, and Research.
    Location: Baltimore, MD; other sites available in vSioux Falls, SD and Los Angeles, CA
    Eligibility: Rising sophomores, juniors, seniors, and recent graduates; 2.7+ GPA; U.S. citizen, national, or permanent resident
    Fields: Public Health, Nutrition, Psychology, Neurology, Speech/Language, Special Education, Social Work, Nursing, Physical and Occupational Therapy
    Funding: $3,500
    Length: 10 weeks Deadline: late January

    Mayo Clinic Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF)
    Description: As a SURF fellow you will conduct your own small research project or work on part of an ongoing research investigation, develop your technical skills, and participate in a special weekly seminar series that introduces you to rapidly progressing research areas.
    Location: Rochester, MN, Jacksonville, FL, and Scottsdale, AZ
    Fields: Science, Biomedicine
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors; 3.0+ GPA; considering a biomedical research career as a Ph.D. or M.D.-Ph.D.
    Funding: $5,000 +
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: early February

    MIDAS Summer Undergraduate Research Program
    Description: Participants work with MIDAS Investigators, experienced graduate students and postdoctoral fellows conducting exciting interdisciplinary research at the intersection of public health, biological science, and computer technology.
    Location: University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh
    Fields: Biological Sciences, Computer Science, Engineering, Epidemiology, Mathematics, Public Health, Statistics
    Eligibility: Undergraduates in good academic standing, interest in the computational modeling and simulation of infectious diseases
    Funding: $4,500+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Late February

    National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Biomedical Engineering Summer Internship Program
    Description: The NIBIB-sponsored Biomedical Engineering Summer Internship Program (BESIP) allows students to participate in cutting edge biomedical research projects under the mentorship of world-class scientists in NIH laboratories. Students participate in group meetings, attend planned lectures and laboratory visits, and are encouraged to submit posters to the NIH Poster Day where summer interns from all disciplines present their projects.
    Location: Bethesda, Maryland
    Fields: Biomedical Engineering, Biological Sciences, Biomedical Sciences
    Eligibility: Rising seniors; US citizen or permanent resident
    Funding: $6,600+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: early February

    National Institutes of Health Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research
    Description: Summer programs at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provide an opportunity to spend a summer working at the NIH side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world, in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research.
    Location: Nationwide, including Bethesda, MD and Baltimore, MD
    Fields: Biomedicine, Biology, Biomedical Engineering
    Eligibility: High school and undergraduate students; US citizen or permanent resident
    Funding: Monthly stipends of $2,140+ for undergraduates
    Length: 8 weeks+
    Deadline: early March

    National Institutes of Health (NIH) Undergraduate Scholarship Program (UGSP)
    Description: The NIH Undergraduate Scholarship Program offers scholarship support, paid research training at the NIH during the summer, and paid employment and training at the NIH after graduation for students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are committed to careers in health-related research.
    Location: Bethesda, MD
    Eligibility: U.S. citizen or permanent resident; enrolled full-time at an accredited 4-year college; 3.3+ GPA; 'exceptional Financial Need' as certified by your undergraduate institution financial aid office
    Fields: Biomedicine, Public Health, related sciences and social sciences
    Funding: Up to $20,000 per academic year in tuition, educational expenses, and living expenses
    Length: 1-4 years, including a 10-week summer internship each year and 1 year of mandatory employment at the NIH after graduation for each year of the award
    Deadline: mid-March

    National Center for Toxicological Research (NCTR) Summer Student Research Program, Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
    Description: Students conduct hands on research in toxicology and regulatory science under the mentorship of FDA scientists.
    Location: Jefferson, Arkansas
    Fields: Toxicology, Nutrition, Health, Biology
    Eligibility: 2.5+ GPA, US citizen, good academic standing Funding: Varies Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Late February

    Ohio University Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship, Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine
    Description: Participants in the SURF program work in an active research laboratory under the guidance of a faculty member. Participants may receive credit in biology and an interview to Heritage College.
    Location: Athens, OH
    Fields: Biology, Medicine
    Eligibility: Juniors, seniors, and recent graduates
    Funding: Room and board
    Length: 6 weeks
    Deadline: Early February

    Public Health Leadership and Learning Undergraduate Student Success (PLLUSS) Program
    Description: The PLLUSS Program provides scholars with mentored public health research and community health activities, mentorship, and professional development, especially in the area of promotion of health equity and the elimination of health disparities research.
    Location: Baltimore MD; Los Angeles, CA; Cincinnati, OH
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors; 3.0+ GPA; US citizen, national, or permanent resident
    Fields: Public health
    Funding: $3,500+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: late January

    Stanford Summer Research Program (SSRP)/Amgen Scholars Program
    Description: Participants work in one of Stanford's state-of-the-art research facilitiesand work with both a faculty member and lab mentor to craft a research project.
    Location: Stanford, CA
    Fields: Biomedicine, Biology, Medicine
    Eligibility: US citizen or permanent resident; rising sophomores, juniors, or seniors; 3.2+ GPA; interest in pursuing a PhD
    Funding: $3,600
    Length: 9 weeks
    Deadline: early February

    University of Pittsburg Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP-ASPET) in Molecular Pharmacology
    Description: The goal of the SURP program in Molecular Pharmacology is to offer students interested in molecular pharmacology the opportunity for an exceptional research experience. Students collaborate with others in the lab, learn lab skills and the scientific process, participate in a bi-weekly lecture introducing students to career opportunities in molecular pharmacology, and present their research.
    Location: Pittsburg, PA
    Fields: Pharmacology, Molecular Biology, Genetics, Biophysics, Microbiology, Virology
    Eligibility: Undergraduates, with preference to rising juniors and seniors; considering a career in biomedical research
    Funding: $3,500
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: February

    University of Maryland Scholars Summer Research Program, UMD School of Medicine
    Description: The University of Maryland Scholars Summer Research Program enables outstanding University of Maryland, College Park (UMCP) undergraduates to become engaged in summer research projects led by top faculty in the School of Medicine at the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB). The program provides participating students with in-depth involvement in significant research and professional mentorship in challenging settings. The program also introduces highly talented UMCP undergraduates to the MD degree program, the vast array of graduate degree programs, and the MD/PhD and MD/MS degree opportunities at UMB.
    Location: Baltimore, MD
    Fields: Biomedicine
    Eligibility: UMCP students; rising juniors and seniors; 3.2+ GPA; majoring in a STEM field
    Funding: $4,500+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Early February

    Weill Cornell, Rockefeller, Sloan-Kettering Gateways to the Laboratory Summer Program
    Description: Students work on an independent research project, attend surgeries, participate in a hands-on tour of the Gross Anatomy Lab, sit for a Mock MCAT exam, partake in clinical skill and career fevelopment workshops, and discuss and present their research.
    Location: New York, NY
    Fields: Biomedicine
    Eligibility: 3.0+ GPA (though typical admittants have a 3.7+), US citizen or permanent resident, freshman or sophomore, member of an underrepresented minority or from a disadvantaged background, desire to pursue a MD-PhD
    Funding: $4,300+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: see website

  • Non-Medical Science and Engineering

    Science and Engineering

    Non-Medical Science and Engineering

    American Society for Microbiology Undergraduate Research Fellowship (ASM-URF)
    Description: Students have the opportunity to conduct full time research at their home institutions with an ASM member and present research results at the ASM General Meeting the following year.
    Location: UMD (student's home institution)
    Field: Microbiology
    Eligibility: U.S. Citizen or permanent resident, enrolled full-time, currently involved in a research project and have an ASM member at their home institutions willing to serve as a mentor.
    Funding: Up to $4000 for student stipend, two-year ASM student membership, and up to $1000 in travel support for students to present the results of the research project at the ASM General Meeting. Travel funds are contingent upon acceptance of an abstract for the General Meeting.
    Length: Varies
    Deadline: early February

    Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research [National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergarduates (REU) at Cornell University]
    Description: Internships provide an excellent opportunity to gain research experience and explore if a scientific career is right for you. Students join an international community of scientists and students in the pursuit of scientific discovery, learn valuable research skills, and attend seminars and workshops to learn from leaders in these fields
    Location: Ithaca, NY
    Fields: Biology, inccluding Plant Genome Research, Bioinformatics, Bioenergy Education
    Eligibility: Undergraduates including rising freshmen, US citizens and permanent residents
    Funding: Stipend plus room and board
    Deadline: Early February

    Center for Disease Control and Prevention Collegiate Leaders in Environmental Health (CLEH)
    Description: Interns are placed in environmental health programs at the CDC and complete projects on environmental public health issues.
    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Fields: Public Health, Environmental Studies, Environmental Sciences, Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, Ecology
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors; US citizens and permanent residents; 3.0+ GPA; relevant major
    Funding: weekly stipend of $500+
    Length: 9 weeks
    Deadline: late January

    Center for Energy Efficient Electronics Sciences (E3S) Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at University of California, Berkeley
    Description: Summer REU providing hands-on research experiences in Nanoelectronics, Nanomechanics, Nanophotonics, and Nanomagnetics. Students also participate in graduate school advising and preparation, lab tours, and field trips.
    Location: Berkeley, CA
    Fields: Engineering, Physical science, Nanoelectronics, Nanomechanics, Nanophotonics, and Nanomagnetics
    Eligibility: Rising sophomores and seniors; Engineering or physical science major, 3.25+ GPA; US citizen or permanent residen
    Funding: $4,000+
    Deadline: See website

    Center for Neuroscience Summer Undergraduate Research Program at the University of Pittsburgh
    Description: Students conduct independent research under the guidance of individual CNUP training faculty
    Location: Pittsburgh, PA
    Field: Neuroscience, Neuroanatomy, Neurophysiology, Molecular Biology, Neuropsychology
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors, 3.0+ GPA with strong performance in science and math coursework
    Funding: $3,500+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: early February

    Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) Undergraduate Research Program (URP)
    Description: Students learn research skills while conducting research, attend workshops and seminars, and present their research at the end of the summer. Location: Cold Spring Harbor, NY
    Fields: Biology, Cancer Biology, Neuroscience, Plant Biology, Molecular Biology, Genetics and Genomics, Quantitative Biology
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors; STEM major
    Funding: $5,000+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: mid-January

    Computational Biology Summer Program REU (Research Experience for Undergraduates), Rutgers University
    Description: This program combines experimental, theoretical, and computational approaches with a focus on the intersection of the mathematical, computational, and biological sciences. Faculty and post-graduate mentors guide the research projects; in addition, students receive computational biology training, professional skills development, and enrichment sessions.
    Location: Camden, NJ
    Fields: STEM fields
    Eligibility: 3.0+ GPA; Have completed at least one undergraduate science course but no more than 2 years of undergraduate credits
    Funding: $5,000+
    Length: 9 weeks
    Deadline: Early March

    Department of Energy Scholars Program
    Description: The DOE Scholars Program introduce students or post-graduates to federal work in energy and nuclear security.
    Locations: Nationwide, including DC metro area
    Fields: Engineering, Physical Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Computer Science and Information Technology, Physics, Business, Policy, Program Management, Mathematics, Statistics, Safety and Health, Accounting and Finance, Law, Communications and other related areas
    Eligibility: Undergraduate, graduate, or post-graduate of a U.S. accredited institute of higher education. U.S. citizen
    Funding: Weekly stipends of $600+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Mid-December

    Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program
    Description: The Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program is a multi-summer, undergraduate experiential learning program that explores conservation across land, water, wildlife, climate, and ecosystems. Students explore environmental issues through hands-on experiences, meetings with experts and community leaders, independent research projects, and internships.
    Location: Nationwide
    Fields: Environmental science; Ecology, Geology
    Eligibility: Rising sophomores and juniors; good academic standing; all majors encouraged to apply
    Funding: Varies, but all include stipend plus room and board
    Length: 8 weeks for 2 summers; some sites include winter components

    Dynamic Compression Summer School, University of Washington Institute for Shock Physics
    Description: The program provides an overview of dynamic compression science, and includes lectures, discussion, and a tour.
    Location: Pullman, WA
    Fields: Physics, Chemistry, Mechanical Engineering, Materials Science
    Eligibility: US citizen or permanent resident; relevant major
    Funding: Room and board, travel assistance
    Length: 4 days
    Deadline: Mid-June

    Fields Undergraduate Summer Research Program (FUSRP)
    Description: The program provides a high-quality and enriching mathematics research experience for undergraduates. Students work closely with each other and with their supervisor in a collaborative research team.
    Location: Toronto, Canada
    Eligibility: Undergraduates
    Fields: Mathematics
    Funding: Room and board
    Length: 9 weeks
    Deadline: late February

    The Field Museum, Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)
    Description: Students will experience biological diversity through the use of the museum’s collections in their research, and will be trained in project-relevant techniques and equipment such as the scanning electron microscope, various light microscopy set-ups, and equipment in the Pritzker DNA lab. Students also take a course in phylogenetic systematics to provide a theoretical framework for their research and present their research at the end of the summer.
    Eligibility: Not specified.
    Location: Chicago, IL
    Fields: Biogeography, Paleontology, Phylogenetics, Biology, Geology
    Funding: Not Specified
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Mid-February

    George Washington Carver Summer Internship Program, Iowa State University
    Description: The George Washington Carver Summer Research Internship Program promotes science with practice by exposing interns to research opportunities under the direction of College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (CALS) research faculty members. The program seeks to improve the research enterprise through increased diversity, champion the value of graduate education, and prepare and recruit the best and brightest for undergraduate and graduate education at ISU. In addition to their research experience, interns participate in weekly educational seminars, and social and cultural activities.
    Location: Ames, Iowa
    Fields: Agriculture; Animal Science; Biology; Ecology; Nutrition and Food Science
    Eligibility: Undergraduates, including graduating seniors; 3.0+ GPA; US citizen or permanent residents.
    Funding: $3,000+
    Deadline: early March

    Georgia Tech Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering and Science (SURE)
    Description: Students are paired with both a faculty and a graduate student mentor to undertake research projects in the College of Computing, College of Engineering, and College of Sciences.
    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Fields: STEM
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors; relevant major; 2.75+ GPA; US citizen or permanent resident
    Funding: $5,000+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Early March

    IBM Research Intern Program
    Description: A challenging internship in which students take part in cutting-edge research and work with some of the most innovative, renowned minds in the field of research. Students receive one-on-one mentoring.
    Location: International, with sites primarily in NY, NC, CA, and TX
    Fields: Information Technology (IT), Computer Science, Engineering
    Funding: Varies
    Length: Varies
    Deadline: Varies

    Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) Internships and Fellowships, NASA, California Institute of Technology (CalTech)
    Description: Students are partnered with JPL scientists or engineers to complete designated projects outlined by their mentors.
    Fields: STEM
    Eligibility: 3.0+ GPA, US citizen or permanent resident
    Funding: Variable
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Variable

    LIGO-SURF Summer Undergraduate Research (CalTech)
    Description: The LIGO Project is an NSF-supported endeavor to design, build, and operate an astrophysical observatory for the detection and study of gravitational radiation. The aim of the LIGO Summer Undergraduate Research Program is to organize the participation of undergraduate students in research related to the detection of gravitational radiation.
    Location: Hanford, WA and Livingston Parish, LA
    Fields: Physics, Astronomy, Engineering
    Eligibility: Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors in good academic standing; 2+ semesters of Physics courses; 2.5+ GPA
    Funding: $6,000+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: early March

    Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI) Summer Intern Program in Planetary Science
    Description: As a Summer Intern, you will work one-on-one with a scientist at the LPI or at the NASA Johnson Space Center on a research project of current interest in lunar and planetary science. Furthermore, you will participate in peer-reviewed research, learn from top-notch planetary scientists, and preview various careers in science.
    Location: Houston, TX
    Fields: Science, Engineering, Math, Computer Science
    Eligibility: Undergraduates with at least 50 credit hours; relevant majors
    Funding: Participants receive a $5,660 stipend plus $1000.00 U.S. travel stipend, or $1,500 foreign travel reimbursement for foreign interns.
    Funding: $5,675+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Early January

    MIDAS Summer Undergraduate Research Program
    Description: Participants work with MIDAS Investigators, experienced graduate students and postdoctoral fellows conducting exciting interdisciplinary research at the intersection of public health, biological science, and computer technology.
    Location: University of Pittsburgh in Pittsburgh
    Fields: Biological Sciences, Computer Science, Engineering, Epidemiology, Mathematics, Public Health, Statistics
    Eligibility: Undergraduates in good academic standing, interest in the computational modeling and simulation of infectious diseases
    Funding: $4,500+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Late February

    Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship, U.S. Department of Energy
    Description: The Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship (MLEF) Program has provides with opportunities to gain hands-on research experience with the Department of Energy's (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy (FE). Selected candidates train under the mentorship of program officials and scientists on focused research projects.
    Location: Nationwide, including DC metro area
    Fields: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math
    Eligibility: Enrolled full-time at an accredited university; rising juniors, seniors, and graduate students in STEM programs; 3.0+ GPA; US citizens
    Funding: Weekly stipends of $600+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: late December

    National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF)
    Description: The National Institute of Standards and Technology's Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program provides STEM students with a hands-on research experience under the mentorship of a NIST scientist or engineer.
    Location: Gaithersburg, MD
    Fields: Chemistry, Computer Science, Engineering, Materials Science, Fire Research, Nanotechnology, Information Technology, Mathematics, Biology, Manufacturing, Statistics
    Eligibility: Enrolled as an undergraduate at a US institution; US citizen or permanent resident; 3.0+ GPA
    Funding: weekly stipend of $500
    Length: 11 weeks
    Deadline: mid-February

    National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)/Hollings Scholarships
    Description: The NOAA/Hollings Undergraduate Scholarship provides Scholars with hands-on educational training in NOAA-related science, research, technology, policy, management, and education activities, as well as scholarships during the school year.
    Location: Varies
    Fields: Biology, Geology, Environmental Science, Math, Engineering, Physics, Science Education
    Eligibility: Rising junior; 3.0+ GPA; major in related field; US citizen
    Funding: Weekly stipends of $700 in the summer, plus up to $9,500 during the school year
    Length: 2 years
    Deadline: Winter. Applications are highly competitive and must be made through the National Scholarships Office

    National Radio Astronomy Observatory Summer Student Research Assistantships
    Description: The National Radio Astronomy Observatory provides state-of-the-art radio telescope facilities for use by scientists from around the world. NRAO summer students conduct research on projects in their supervisors' areas of expertise, including instrumentation, telescope design, site evaluation, or software development.
    Location: Socorro, NM, Green Bank, WV, or Charlottesville, VA
    Fields: Astronomy, Physics
    Eligibility: Undergraduates, US citizens and permanent residents
    Funding: Stipend
    Length: 10-12 weeks
    Deadline: Early February

    National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)
    Description: The Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program engages students in active research. REU Sites may be based in a single discipline or academic department, or on interdisciplinary or multi-department research opportunities with a coherent intellectual theme.
    Location: Nationwide
    Fields: STEM and Social Sciences, including Astronomical Sciences, Atmospheric and Geospace Sciences, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Computer Science, Cyberinfrastructure, Department of Defense (DoD), Earth Sciences, Education, Engineering, Ethics, International Science, Materials Research, Ocean Sciences, Physics, Polar Programs, Behavioral Science, and Economics
    Eligibility: U.S. citizen or permanent resident; individual site requirements may vary
    Funding: Varies, though most provide generous stipends
    Length: Varies, but most are about 10 weeks
    Deadline: Varies, but most are in January or February

    National Center for Toxicological Research (NCTR) Summer Student Research Program, Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
    Description: Students conduct hands on research in toxicology and regulatory science under the mentorship of FDA scientists.
    Location: Jefferson, Arkansas
    Fields: Toxicology, Nutrition, Health, Biology
    Eligibility: 2.5+ GPA, US citizen, good academic standing Funding: Varies Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Late February

    Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program (NREIP)
    Description: Students participate in research at a Department of Navy laboratory. The goals of NREIP are to encourage participating students to pursue science and engineering careers, to further education via mentoring by laboratory personnel and their participation in research, and to make them aware of DoN research and technology efforts, which can lead to employment within the DoN.
    Location: Nationwide, including Washington, DC and MD
    Fields: Science and Engineering
    Eligibility: undergraduate or graduate students with 31+ college credits; US citizen
    Funding: $5,400-$10,800
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: late November

    NYU Center for Neural Science Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SRUP)
    Description: Students participate in research projects of NYU neuroscience faculty and graduate students and complete independent research under the direction of their mentors.
    Location: New York, NY
    Fields: Neuroscience, Psychology, Biology
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors; at least one course in neuroscience (or on a neuroscience-related topic), 3.0+ GPA, US citizen or permanent resident, preference to pre-PhD students
    Funding: Room and board provided
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: mid-March

    NYU Materials Research Science and Engineering Center
    Description: This interdisciplinary research program combines science and math to examine topics such as computational materials chemistry, plasticity in organic crystals, and colloids and emulsions.
    Location: New York, NY
    Fields: Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Biomaterials, Math, Engineering, Dentistry
    Eligibility: No requirements listed
    Funding: $5,000
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Mid-February

    Research Experience for Undergraduates at Cornell University
    Description: Students work directly with faculty on interdisciplinary materials research projects involving chemistry, physics, materials science, and engineering. Students also participate in lectures, laboratory visits and recreational activities.
    Location: Ithaca, NY
    Fields: Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering
    Eligibility: US citizen or permanent resident; chemistry, physics, or engineering major
    Funding: $4,400+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: See website

    RECESS: Research Experience for Undergraduates in Solid Earth Sciences
    Description: The RESESS Internship is a multi-summer research experience dedicated to increasing diversity in the geosciences. We introduce students to scientific research, prepare students for graduate school, and provide support and encouragement as students build skills and confidence.
    Location: Boulder, CO
    Fields: Geology, Physical Geography, Environmental Science, Biology
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors; 2.5+ GPA; history of relevant coursework
    Funding: Stipend plus room and board
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline:

    Research Space Astronomy Summer Program, Space Telescope Science Institute
    Description: Students work individually with STScI researchers and staff on research projects that might include data reduction and interpretation, software development, scientific writing, preparing data for public releases. The program affords students the opportunity to attend lectures on a variety of exciting topics related to space astronomy, the Hubble, and James Webb Space Telescopes.
    Location: Baltimore, MD
    Fields: Astronomy, Mathematics, Physics
    Eligibility: Undergraduate and graduate students from any country, but with preference to undergraduates between the junior and senior years.
    Funding: Weekly stipends of $600+
    Funding: Stipend plus room and board
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: See website

    Rutgers Research in Science and Engineering (RISE)
    Description: Scholars participate in cutting-edge research in the biological, physical, and social/ behavioral sciences, math, engineering, and exciting interdisciplinary areas under the guidance of carefully matched faculty mentors. A comprehensive professional development component, including GRE preparation, complements the research.
    Location: New Brunswick, NJ
    Fields: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Math, Engineering, Psychology, Economics, Social Science
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors; considering a PhD; 3.0+ GPA; citizen or permanent resident
    Funding: $4000-$5000+ plus up to $100,000 if you attend Rutgers graduate school
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: mid-March

    Rutgers Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) in Neuroscience, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
    Description: This program aims to increase student knowledge and appreciation of basic Neuroscience research by providing a graduate level research experience and increase student interest in pursuing research careers through lectures, career counseling, and discussions. Research is conducted in developmental and adult neurobiology related to Alzheimer's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Spinal Cord Injury, Traumatic Brain Injury, Seizures and Lysosomal Storage Disease, Stroke, and more.
    Location: Piscataway, NJ
    Fields: Neuroscience, Biology, Psychology
    Eligibility: Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors; relevant coursework; interested in pursuing research; US citizen or permanent resident
    Funding: $4,000+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Mid-February

    SCI Scholars — Industrial Internships for Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Undergraduates
    Description: Chemistry and chemical engineering students gain experience in the chemical industry, working for companies such as Dow Chemical, ExxonMobil, Chemtura, and American Air Liquide
    Location: Nationwide
    Fields: Chemistry, Chemical Engineering
    Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors; chemistry or engineering major; 3.5+ GPA; US citizen or permanent resident
    Funding: $6,000–$10,000+, plus $1,000 for your high school chemistry teacher
    Length: 10-12 weeks
    Deadline: Late December

    Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship (SULI), U.S. Department of Energy
    Description: SULI encourages undergraduate students to pursue science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers by providing research experiences at Department of Energy (DOE) laboratories.
    Location: Nationwide
    Fields: STEM
    Eligibility: Rising sophomores, juniors, seniors, and recent graduates; 3.0+ GPA; US citizen or permanent resident
    Duration: 10 weeks
    Funding: Weekly stipend of $500
    Length: 10-16 weeks
    Deadline: October for spring, January for summer, May for fall

    STEM Undergrads Federally-Sponsored Programs
    Description: STEM Undergrads is a database of STEm opportunities available through the US government, including opportunities with the Department of Defense, Department of Energy, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Institutes of Health, and more.
    Location: Nationwide, including Washington DC
    Fields: STEM
    Eligibility: Varies
    Duration: Varies
    Funding: Varies
    Length: Varies
    Deadline: Varies

    University of Texas at Austin Summer Undergraduate Research Internship (SURI), Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering (UT PGE)
    Description: Interns receive an insider look at graduate level work conducted at UT PGE, home to the No. 1 petroleum engineering graduate and undergraduate programs in the country. Interns participate in research and learn about the diverse areas of petroleum and geosystems engineering.
    Location: Austin, TX
    Fields: Petroleum Engineering, Geosystems Engineering
    Eligibility: Not specified
    Funding: $4,000+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: See website

    Undergraduate Summer Research Program in Chemistry and Biochemistry, Georgia Tech
    Description: REU students carry out a research project under the direction of a faculty member in School of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Georgia Tech. Projects are available in analytical, biological, inorganic, organic, physical, and polymer chemistry with a number of projects involving interdiscplinary research perspectives.
    Location: Atlanta, GA
    Fields: Chemistry, Biochemistry
    Eligibility: Relevant major; interest in a research career; US citizen or permanent resident
    Funding: $5,000+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Mid-February

    Vanderbilt Institute for Nanoscale Science and Engineering (VINSE) Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
    Description: Participation in the program provides students with an interdisciplinary research experience in an environment where physicists, chemists, biologists, and engineers collaboratively solve problems and create new scientific understanding. Weekly lunchtime meetings cover topics ranging from ethics and the responsible conduct of research to demystifying graduate school and the GRE examination.
    Location: Nashville, TN
    Fields: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Engineering
    Eligibility: US Citizens or Permanent Residents; relevant major
    Funding: $5,000+
    Length: 10 weeks
    Deadline: Mid-February

Maryland Center for Undergrauate Research at the Uniersity of Maryland

Maryland Center for Undergraduate Research
Phone: 301-314-6786  |  Email: ugresearch@umd.edu
1201 Marie Mount Hall, University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742
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