Summer Research Opportunities

Below are summer research opportunities for undergraduate students at different places and in different fields - take a peek!

MATH:

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.

BIOLOGY:

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:

GENERAL:

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