Summer Research Opportunities
Below are summer research opportunities for undergraduate students at different places and in different fields - take a peek!
Program director Vadim Ponomarenko oversees an eight-week summer program, supported by the National Science Foundation, which aims to give its participants a clear understanding of the world of mathematics, primarily through firsthand experience. Participants are grouped into research teams, led by a graduate student and the project directors. Teams engage in original research, of significant interest and potential impact. Participants receive a stipend ($4000 for undergraduates), and additional funds toward room and partial board. Learn more at their website.
Paid 2018 summer internship for SDSU undergraduate students in Alaska. Must be an SDSU student through Spring 2019, and must love the outdoors. Desirable: previous field research experience. Send your CV and a 1-page motivation letter to:
- Jessica Plein ([email protected])
- Prof. Donatella Zona ([email protected])
- Prof. Rulon Clark ([email protected])
National Science Foundation - search for Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU's)
U.S. Department of Energy - Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships - application due May 30, 2018
Council of Undergraduate Research - postings for Student Research Opportunities