|2010 Summer Research, Graduate Fellowship, and Scholarship Opportunities|
|Last Update: 02/23/2010|
|Name||Institution||Address||Program Dates||Deadline||Eligibility Criteria||Stipend||Contact Information||Web Address|
|2009-2010 Fundamental Aeronautics Student Competitions||See Website||See Website||See Website||Notice of intent: January 15, 2010 Final Paper due: May 3, 2010||Enrolled in accredited college or university Only US citizens are eligible for cash prizes||First place $5,000 Second place $3,500 Third place $2,000||Dr. Elizabeth Ward Elizabeth.B.Ward@nasa.gov||http://aero.larc.nasa.gov/competitions.htm|
|2010 Summer Research Internship||Delaware Sate University||Dover, Delaware||May 31 -July 30 2010||February 26, 2010||2nd-4th year college student. Majors: Physics, engineering, biophotonics, mathematics, an/or computer science. U.S. or permanentresident only. One recommendation letter (Faculty member). Unofficial copy of college/university Transcript||$4,000 stipend plus free room and board||Mrs. Shonda Poe 302-857-6715 or 302-857-6659 firstname.lastname@example.org||www.creosa.desu.edu|
|BioMedical Gateway (IBMG) program for Ph.D. study||Indiana University School of Medicine||See Website||See Website||See Website||See Website||See Website||Monica Henry 317-274-3441 email@example.com|| http://grad.medicine.iu.edu
|National Great Rivers Research and Education Center (NGRREC) 2010 Summer Internship||See Website||See Website||See Website||February 26, 2010||Minimum 3.0 GPA||See Website||William
P. Kruidenier, Associate Director
National Great Rivers Research and Education Center
|Research Experience for Undergraduates Program (REU) at University of Michigan||University of Michigan||Ann Arbor, MI||See Website||March 1, 2010||All undergraduate students enrolled in accredited schools are eligible to apply, though prefernce will be given to those entering their junior and senior year and specializing in scientific or engineering areas. Minority, females and physically disabled students are encouraged to apply as are student from institutions where research opportunities are limited. A majority of the positions will be available for students attending undergraduate schools (including small liberal arts colleges, community colleges, etc.) where research opportunities are limited. Student participants must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States||As a research assistant you will receive financial support during your stay at SPRL. This support will be provided at a typical monthly level of ~ $1,800. Most participants will work during the summer period (3 months at 100% effort). Also available is a partial travel and housing reimbursement of up to $2,900 with original receipts.||Dr. Michael R. Combi Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program Space Physics Research Laboratory Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Space Sciences University of Michigan 2455 Hayward Street Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2143||http://aoss.engin.umich.edu/pages/undergraduate/reu|
|Graduate Opportunity||University of New Mexico||Albuquerque, NM||See Website||March 30, 2010||See Website||30,000 per year stipend for two years||Laura J.
Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences
1 University of New Mexico
Albuquerque NM 87131
|Summer REU in 2010||University of Tennessee - Knoxville||Knoxville, Tenneesee||See Website||See Website||See Website||See Website||http://web.bio.utk.edu/bcmb/reu/index.shtml|
|Cary Institute of Ecosystems Studies (REU)||See Website||Millbrook, New York||May 25- August 13, 2010||February 5, 2010||Must be current undergraduate students and citizens or permanent residents of the US. Must be enrolled in a degree program with at least one semester remaining after completion of the summer REU program.||$5100 Stipend, $600 food allowance, complimentary housing||Ms. Patricia Zolnik firstname.lastname@example.org||http://www.ecostudies.org/reu.html|
|Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) Graduate School Recruitment Caravan||Southern University||Baton Rouge, LA||January 27, 2010||Students who are interested in attending graduate email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org||www.cic.uiuc.edu|
|Center for Emergent Materials||Ohio State University||Columbus, Ohio||June 20-August 20, 2010||March 1, 2010||US citizen or permanent resident enrolled in an undergraduate degree program in physical sciences & engineering. Members of groups underrepresented in engineering and physical sciences are especially encouraged to apply.||$4000 Stipend, travel costs, a dorm room, and a meal plan||Prof. Thomas Lemberger Lemberger.1@osu 614-292-7799||cem.osu.edu/reu|
|Center for Research and Education in Optical Sciences and Applications (CREOSA) Graduate Fellowship Program||Delaware Sate University||Dover, Delaware||See Website||May 15, 2010||1. US Citizen or Permanent Resident 2. Have a 3.0 GPA or above 3. Have obtained a bachelor degree in physics or related field||12-month, $20,000 Graduate fellowship plus tuition waiver||Mrs. Shonda Poe 302-857-6715 or 302-857-6659 email@example.com||www.creosa.desu.edu|
|Center for Research on Interface of Structues Phenomena (CRISP)||Yale University /Southern Connecticut State University||New Haven, CT||June 6 - August 1, 2010||February 1, 2010||1. Those who have completed their junior year 2. Minorities, women, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply||Stipend of $2500 All participants will receive university housing on the Yale campus with complimentary meals||Dr. Christine Broadbridge firstname.lastname@example.org||http://www.crisp.yale.edu/Documents/CRISP_REU%20flyer_2010.pdf|
|REU in Montana||Montana State University||Bozeman, Montana||May 31-August 6, 2010||See Website||Participants must be full-time undergraduates, typically finishing their sophomore or junior years. Applications from underrepresented groups are partcularly welcomed. There are no restrictions with regard to citizenship. Foreign participants are supported form non-NSF sources||Stipends will be $4862 plus a $365 food allowance for the ten week program. Travel costs to and from Bozeman are covered and university residence hall lodging is provided.||See Website||http:solar.physics.montana.edu/reu|
|Computational Science Graduate Fellowship||See Website||See Website||See Website||January 14, 2010||1. Undergraduate seniors, graduate students in first or second year 2. US citizens or permanent resident aliens||$32,400 yearly stipend, payment of all tuition and fees, and (3) $1,000 yearly academic email@example.com
|Disney College Program||Disney World||See Website||See Website||See Website||See Website||See Website||See Website||www.disneycollegeprogram.com|
|REU Program at Hope College||Hope College||Holland, MI||See Website||See Website||See Website||See Website||Stephen
Assistant Professor of Physics
27 Graves Place
Holland, MI 49423
|University of Kentucky||Lexington, KY||June 10 - August 6, 2010||March 1, 2010||See Website||See Website||Dr.
Ingrid St. Omer
Electrical & Computer Engineering Dept.
University of Kentucky
453 F. Paul Anderson Tower
Lexington, KY 40506-0046
|DOE Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship Program and Student Research Participation Program||See Website||See Website||See Website||See Website||1. Full time student, with at least 1 semester completed 2. 18 yrs or older and Us citizen or permanent alien 3. High school diploma/GED 4. Can participate in a max of 2 SULI internships 5. Must have coverage under health insurance plan before arriving at appointment 6. STEM major||$425.00
|Education Associates Program (EAP) Sponsored by NASA||NASA Ames Research Park||Moffett Filed, CA||See Website||See Website||1.
US Citizen, Permanent Alien or Legal
Academic Levels of High School, Undergraduate, Graduate, Post-Doc and Faculty
3. STEM, arts and humanities, business, and communications majors
4. 3.0 GPA
|Federal Aviation Administration Summer Employment Initiative||See Website||See Website||April to September (Not to exceed six months)||See Website||1. US Citizen 2. Classified as full-time or half-time student 3. Age 16 or older (by the closing date of the announcement) 4. Have at least a 2.0 or above||See Website||See Website||http://www.faa.gov/about/office_org/headquarters_offices/ahr/jobs_careers/student_programs/summer_employment/summer_initiative/|
|INROADS||See Website||See Website||See Website||See Website||1. Freshmen and sophomores
2. Business Majors: (Professional Land and Resource Management) Geology, Geosciences Majors, Industrial, Mechanical, Chemical, Petroleum, Civil and Electrical Engineers
3. College GPA of 2.8 or if in highschool a GPA of 3.0.
4. Some computer skills required i.e. MS Office Suite
|Nykeki Broussard firstname.lastname@example.org 832-656-5196||www.INROADS.org
|2010 LBRN Summer Research Program||Louisiana State University||Baton Rouge, LA||May 31-July 30, 2010||February 10, 2010||See Website||See Website||Dung
Louisiana Biomedical Research Network
LSU Biological Sciences
131 Life Sciences Building
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
|Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship (IGERT)||See Website||See Website||See Website||See Website||See Website||$30,000||Susie
|Lehigh University (REU) Summer Programs for Undergraduate Physics Majors||Lehigh University||Bethlehem, PA||Around June 1, 2010||March 8, 2010||American citizen and permanent residents||$475 per week for a 10 week program||Prof. John Huennekens email@example.com||http://www.physics.lehigh.edu|
|Louisiana Biomedical Research Network||Louisiana State University||Baton Rouge, LA||May 31 – July 30, 2010||February 10, 2010||1.
Must be enrolled in a University in the state of Louisiana (excluding
2. Must be a science major with at least a 3.0 GPA.
3. Must consider pursuing a career in the Biological or Computational Sciences.
4. Must have completed appropriate science introductory courses.
|$4000 stipend and houisng||Dung Pham (225) 578-1848 firstname.lastname@example.org||http://lbrn.lsu.edu/SRP|
|NASA Undergraduate Student Researchers Program (USRP)||NASA Ames Research Park; Johnson Space Center||Moffett Filed, CA; Houston, TX||See Website||See Website||See Website||See Website||http://www.epo.usra.edu/usrp/||http://www.epo.usra.edu/usrp/students|
|NASA Graduate Student Researchers Program (GSRP)||NASA Glen Research Center||Cleveland, OH||One (1) year grant (renewable up to three years) Program requires a mandatory, cumulative 10-week internship at NASA Glenn Research Center, for each year of award.||See Website||1. Be a US citizen, enrolled or accepted as full-time graduate student in an accredited U.S. college or university, at time of application. 2. Have a minimum GPA of 3.0. 3. Have a Faculy Advisor, who will be the Principal Investigator of the GSRP training Grant, at the institution of graduate study. 4. Have a Letter of Endorsement from Faculty Advisor at institution of graduate study, to be sent directly to the Glenn POC. This also applies to an applicant who is a graduating senior.||See Website||http://fellowships.hq.nasa.gov/gsrp/program/||http://fellowships.hq.nasa.gov/gsrp/login/guideline.cfm|
|National Oceanic and Atmospheric administration (NOAA)||See Website||See Website||See Website||January 31, 2010||1. Must be graduating senior or graduate student in STEM, environmental law, geology,or geography. 2. Must have and maintain 3.0 GPA every semester or quarter. 3. Must obtain letter of recommendation by school official||Tuition, books, lab fees and housing allowance, travel expenses at selected university and salary during 16 weeks||Dr. Priti Brahma (301)713-9437 x118 email@example.com||http://www.noaa.gov/|
|Penn State University Graduate Study||Penn State Univeristy||See Website||See Website||January 15, 2010||See Website||See Website||See Website||http://phys.psu.edu/graduate/apply|
|Penn Sate Univeristy Undergraduate Research Opportunities||Penn State University||See Website||May 27 - July 31, 2010||March 1, 2010||See Website||See Website||See Website||http://www.phys.psu.edu/undergraduate/|
|REU at Cary Institute||Cary Institute||See Website||May 25- August 13, 2010||February 5, 2010||See Website||$5,100 stipend, $600 food allowance, free housing, travel assistance available||Patricia Zolnik 845-677-7600 x326 zolnikp@CaryInstitute.org||http://www.ecostudies.org/reu.html|
|SOARS||University Corporation for Atomsheric Research||Boulder, Colorado||See Website||February 1, 2010||See Website||See Website||Rajul Pandya Director, SOARS Program 303-497-8622 firstname.lastname@example.org||www.soars.ucar.edu|
|LSU Pre-Doctoral Scholars Institute (PDSI)||Louisiana State University||Baton Rouge, LA||See Website||February 22, 2010||PDSI is especially interested in recruiting students from groups traditionally underrepresented at research universities.The program is designed for students who will be entering their junior and senior year in Fall 2010.||Students will receive a stipend for participating, as well as for meals at university approved venues, parking, and housing (if needed).||Marco J.
Assistant to the Vice Provost &
Director of Educational Equity
Equity, Diversity & Community Outreach
Louisiana State University
Office of Academic Affairs
135 Thomas Boyd Hall
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
|Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP)||See Website||Ohio State University||See Website||February 10, 2010||Have
a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher (4.0 scale)
Be a citizen or a permanent resident of the U.S.
Be enrolled in a degree-granting program at a college or university in the United States, Puerto Rico, or other U.S. territory
Have completed at least two semesters of undergraduate education
Have at least one semester of undergraduate education remaining after completing the program
Have a strong interest in pursuing a Ph.D.
|See Website||Charity Farber email@example.com 217-333-6314||http://www.cic.net/Home/Students/SROP/Introduction.aspx|
|Summer Researc Opportunities Program (SROP) at Penn State||Penn State University||Penn State University||See Website||See Website||See Website||Each student receives a stipend of at least $3000 for the summer, plus a fixed amount toward room and board and travel to and from the host institution. The faculty mentor may receive limited compensation to cover the cost of the student's research project. The host institutions provide funding for students to attend the annual SROP conference.||Suzanne Adair, Ph.D., Assistant Dean of the Graduate School and Senior Director 814-863-1663 L-Ogeep@psu.edu||http://www.cic.net/Home?students?SROP/Introduction.aspx|
|Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) Monthly Essay Contest||HBCU's||N/A||Monthly||See Website||Write an essay that addresses one of the following questions: 1. Why do you think it is important to be Green? Give examples of different methods in your everyday life where you can go green, excluding methods previously mentioned (shopping for sustainability). 2. Is your campus one of the many colleges and universities around the world that is planning a civic outreach on April 22? How do you plan to engage?||$500 Monetary Award||See Website||http://www.thurgoodmarshallfund.net/v1/index.php|
|University of South Alabama Summer Research Program||University of South Alabama||See Website||May 24-July 30, 2010||February 26, 2010||1. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents 2. Must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher 3. Must complete a sequence of organic chemistry||$450/week, $50/ food allowance, and up to $300 travel expenses||Dr. Julio Turrence 251-380-2785 firstname.lastname@example.org||http://www.southalabama.edu/alliedhealth/biomedical/ucur/index.htm|
|REU at University of California||University of California||Los Angeles, CA||June 20-August 27, 2010||February 19, 2010||1.
Participants must be US citizens or permanent residents enrolled in an
undergraduate degree program in physics or astrophysics.
2. Student must have finished at least one year of college but may not have completed a B.S. or B.A. degree.
3. Student must have a minimum 3.0 GPA.
4. College students from two-year or four-year institutions may apply.
5. Women and students from traditionally underrepresented groups and institutions are encouraged to apply
and complimentary housing accommodations and travel costs.
||Francoise Queval 310-825-2453 email@example.com||http:/reu.physics.ucla.edu|
|REU at MIT Haystack Observatory||MIT Haystack Observatory||Westford, MA||June 1-August 6, 2010||February 1, 2010||See Website||$400 a week to be paid bi-weekly||781-981-0590 firstname.lastname@example.org||www.haystack.mit.edu/edu/reu|
|REU at The University of Alabama at Birmingham||University of Ababama-Birmingham||Birmingham, AL||May 17-July 23, 2010||March 15, 2010||1.
Must be citizens or permanent residents.
2. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. 3. Must be undergraduate
when the program starts in May of each program year.
||$3,700 stipend plus additional support for housing, travel, and other expenses.||Charita Cadenhead 205-975-8076 email@example.com||www.phy.uab.edu/reu/|
|REU at National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN)||National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN)||See Website||See Website||See Website||See Website||$4000 and all travel and housing expenses.||See Website||http://www.nnin.org/nnin_reu.html|
|REU The Department of Homeland Security||Department of Homeland Security||See Website||May -August 2010||Letter of intent: January 8, 2010 Deadline: February 1, 2010||1. United States citizenship by the application deadline. 2. At least 18 years of age at the start of the internship period. 3. Cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale as of the application deadline. (strictly enforced) 4. Coverage under a health insurance plan before arriving at the appointment site and maintenance of coverage during the appointment.||$500 a week for 10 weeks||Michael
|REU University of Massachusetts Amherst||University of Massachusetts Amherst||Amherst, MA||May 31-August 6, 2010||February 16, 2010||1. U.S. citizens and permanent residents only. 2. Only juniors or Seniors in the coming fall. 3. Successfully completed coursework in chemistry as well as other science subjects prior to applying. 4. Special consideration so students who wish to go to graduate school in science and engineering disciplines. 5. STEM majors, minorities, women, and students with disabilities, are encouraged to apply.||See Websitefirstname.lastname@example.org||http://www.chem.umass.edu/masscrest/reu/index.html|
|REU in Science and Biotechnology: Amgen Scholars Program||University of California-Berkeley||Berkeley, CA||May 31-August 6, 2010||February 2, 2010||1. Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. 2. Undergraduate students enrolled in four-year colleges and universities in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and other U.S. Territories.||$3,800 stipend, Round-trip travel cost, On-campus email@example.com
Phone: (510) 642-0280
|REU at NASA Academies at NASA, ARC, GRC, GSFC, and MSFC||See Website||See Website||See Website||January 18, 2010||See Website||See Website||See Website||https://www.academyapp.com/|
|REU for Yale BioSTEP||Yale University School of Medicine||New Haven, CT||1st week of June-Mid August||February 1, 2010||See Website||$4500, plus all travel and housing.||203-785-7545||http://info.med.yale.edu/omca/programs/biostep.htm|
|American Chemical Society International Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program (ACS-IREU)||See Website||See Website||See Website||January 31, 2010||1. Must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States. 2. Be currently enrolled full-time as undergraduates in chemistry or a discipline closely related to chemistry, such as biochemistry or chemical engineering. 3. Have prior experience working in a research laboratory (outside of the normal coursework). 4. Be rising juniors or seniors by the end of the program.||Stipend
(paid in US $) equivalent to 650 euro/month to cover living expenses
(housing, meals, etc.), round-trip airfare, paid expenses for a pre-departure
orientation in Washington, D.C., $750 reimbursement for presenting results at
the 2010 ACS national meeting, $350 reimbursement for language instruction,
and Health and accidental insurance.
202-872-6365 or email
|Institute for Responsible Leadership (Internship for males)||See Website||Washington, D.C.||June 5-July 30, 2010||January 29, 2010||1. Must be US citizen. 2. Male college sophomores only can apply. 3. Must commit to two summers. 4. No GPA requirement but median for recent classes is 3.65. 5. GPA is not the only criterion evaluated. Campus involvement, awards earned, athletics, and volunteer work are also important factors.||Housing is paid by insitute.||William A. Keyes 202-659-0581 firstname.lastname@example.org||http://www.i4rc.org/|
|Summer Research Internship Program||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Cambridge, MA||June 6-August 7, 2010||February 12, 2010||1.
Open to students who are starting their junior or senior year at any college
or university, other than MIT in September of 2010. 2. Only US citizens/permanent residents
may apply. 3.
Selection based on application and recommendation letters.
$5800 + round trip travel expenses
|Research Experience for Undergraduates Program (REU)||Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute||Troy, New York||June 2-August 10,2010||February 16, 2010||1. Must be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States.||$4400 for 10 wks||Gwo-Ching
Department of Physics, Applied Physics and Astronomy
NSF REU Program Director
|National Optical Astronomy Observatory||Kitt Peak National Observatory||Tucson, Arizona||See Website||See Website||See Website||See Website||htttp://www.noao.edu/kpno/reu/|
|UD Coastal Engineering Undergraduate Summer Internship||University of Delaware||See Website||See Website||See Website||See Website||See Website||Jack Puleo email@example.com||http://www.philadelphiaamp.org|
|International Research Experiences for Undergraduates||See Website||United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, France||See Website||January 31, 2010||1. One semester or summer of prior research. 2. Gpa of at least 3.25 3. Enrolled full time in||$5800 for air travel, living expenses, insurance, pre-departure orientation, language instruction, and present at an ACS meeting||www.acs.org/ireu
|Arkansas Center for Space & Planetary Sciences||University of Arkansas||Fayetteville, AK||Ten Weeks||January 31, 2010||See Website||$6500 includes a meal allowance, travel allowance, and a housing allowance||Jessica Park Program Administrator 479-575-7625 firstname.lastname@example.org||http://spacecenter.uark.edu|
|NANOTECHNOLOGY 2010 Summer Undergraduate
Research Experience (SURE)
|University of Massachusetts Amherst||Amherst, MA||June 1 - Aug 7, 2010||Feb. 28, 2010||See Website||Stipend of $3400 plus housing allowance in newest dormitory||Michael
Westort, Ed.D., Coordinator
SURE Program in Nanotechnology
The MassNanoTech Institute
University of Massachusetts Amherst
|MIT Summer Research Program (MSRP||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Cambridge, MA||June 6 - August 7, 2010||See Website||This summer program seeks to identify talented sophomores, juniors and non-graduating seniors from around the country who could benefit from spending a summer on MIT's campus, working in a research laboratory under the tutelage and guidance of experienced scientists and engineers.||See Website||Monica
MIT Summer Research Program Coordinator
Office of the Dean for Graduate Education
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
|IIASA Young Scientists Summer Program 2010||International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis(IIASA)||Schloss Laxenburg, Austria||June 1 - August 27, 2010||Jan.18, 2010||See Website||See Website||Margaret Goud Collins, Program Director for U.S. Committee for IIASA National Academy of Sciences, email@example.com||http://www.iiasa.ac.at/|
|Summer Internships at Argonne National Laboratory||See Website||Argonne, IL||May 25-July 30, 2010||February 1, 2010||1. Must currently be enrolled full-time as an undergraduate student. 2. Must be interested in a career in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics. 3. Must be 18 years or older at the start of the program. 4. Must be eligible to work in the United States and hence be requested to provide required information upon acceptance to this program. 5. Must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.5 or above. 6. Must have health insurance.||$400/week + Housing and Travel||Zeidman@ANL.GOV||WWW.DEP.ANL.GOV|
|MIT Summer Research Program (MSRP||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Cambridge, MA||June 6 – August 7, 2010||Feburary 5, 2010||•Be
US citizens, permanent residents, or international students at a US
institution. African American, Mexican American, Native American, and Puerto
Rican students are encouraged to apply
•Have completed the sophomore year by June and have a genuine interest in obtaining a PhD in one of the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) fields
•NOT have graduated by June
•Have a grade point average of 3.5 (on a 4.0 scale) or higher
MIT Summer Research Program Coordinator
Office of the Dean for Graduate Education
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
|Research in Munich||Study
Abroad & Student Exchange
University of Arizona
||May 30 - July 31, 2010||January 31, 2010||See Website||$1,400 for 9 weeks||Laura
Assistant Director For appointments: 520-626-9211
SASE Website: www.studyabroad.arizona.edu
|Department of Defense and the National Nuclear Security Administration||See Website||See Website||See Website||February 1, 2010||•
Sophomores, juniors and current graduate students only.
• U.S. citizens
• 3.0 GPA and above
|Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship||U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Fossil Energy||Germantown, MD||May 31 - August 6, 2010||January 20, 2010||U.S.
Currently enrolled in an accredited college or university;
Interested in a career in Math, Science, Technology or Engineering;
Maintaining a GPA of 3.0 or above;
Able to provide an official transcript; and
Able to provide two letters of recommendation.
weekly stipend of $500 for undergraduate students,
and $650 for graduate students for a term of 10 weeks;
Travel costs to and from the host site; and
Travel costs to the Technical Forum for presentations and awards.
|Joan M Fryer National Science Foundation, Office of Integrative Activities, 4201 Wilson Boulevard , suite 1270, Arlington VA 22230.http://www.nsf.gov/od/oia||http://fossil.energy.gov/education/lelandfellowships/|
|QEM Network Summer Internship Program||National Science Foundation (NSF)||Washington, DC||June1- August 06, 2010||February 12, 2010||See Website||See Website||Shirley
M. McBay, President QEM Network
1818 N Street, NW, Suite 350
Washington, DC 20036
|Summer Undergraduate Research Experience||University of Minnesota||Minneapolis, MN||June 6-August 14, 2010||Feburary 12, 2010||You must be completing your sophmore or junior year with a GPA of 3.3/ 4.0 or above ,and be a citizen or permanent resident of the United States or its possessions||$500/ week||Ted Higman, Associate Professor, 612-624-4170 firstname.lastname@example.org||www.ece.umn.edu/groups/nsfreu|
|Summer Internships Program||South Carolina Department of Natural Resources||Charleston, South Carolina||June 2 - August 6, 2010||March 8, 2010||See Website||See Website||Saundra Upchurch, SC Department of Natural Resources, Marine Resources Division||http://www.dnr.sc.gov/marine/minority/|
|DHS HS-STEM Summer Internship Program||See Website||See Website||See Website||February 1, 2010||See Website||See Websiteemail@example.com|
|University of Florida Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)||University of Florida||Gainsville, Florida||June 1 -Aug 6, 2010||See Website||See Website||$4800 stipend, paid housing and firstname.lastname@example.org||www.phys.ufl.edu/reu|
|Summer Institute in Engineering and Computer Application (SIECA)||Bowie State University||Greenbelt, Maryland||June 1-August 6, 2010||February 7, 2010||Majors: Computer Science, Engineering (Electrical, Mechanical, Aerospace). Mathematics, Physics. Cummulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. U.S. citizenship. Enrolled in a 4 yr university. Two academic letters of recommendation. Official transcript||$5, 750 stipend||Dr. Joan S. Langdon, SIECA Program Director Department of Computer Science 301-860-4036||http;//university.gsfc.nasa.gov/application|
|Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF)||See Website||See Website||May 24-August 6, 2010||February 15, 2010||See Website||See Website||301-975-4200||www.surf.nist.gov/surf2.htm|
|Summer Research Internships||UNT Health Science Center/Clark||Fort Worth, Texas||May 24-July 30, 2010||April 2, 2010||See Website||See Website||Liz Davis, Associate Director Office of Outreach, Graduate Schools of Biomedical Sciences, University of North Texas Health Science Center 817-735-2483||www.hsc.unt.edu/outreach|
|Please see the following website for a listing of Summer Research Opportunities funded by the National Science Foundation: http://www.agep.us/summer.asp and http://www.cic.uiuc.edu/programs/srop/.|
|Please see the following website for a listing of NASA Ames Research Center Educational Opportunities: http://education.arc.nasa.gov/.|
|Please see the following website for a listing of NASA Glenn Research Center (Cleveland, OH) Higher Educational Programs: http://newbusiness.grc.nasa.gov/university-affairs/.|
|Please see the following website for a listing of NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (Greenbelt, MD) Education Programs: http://university.gsfc.nasa.gov/.|
|Please see the following website for a listing of NASA Johnson Space Center (Houston, TX) Educational Opportunities: http://education.jsc.nasa.gov/.|
|Please see the following website for a listing of NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (Huntsville, AL) Higher Educational Opportunities: http://education.nasa.gov/edoffices/centeroffices/marshall/highered/.|
|Please see the following website for a listing of REU and other summer programs: http://www.pathwaystoscience.org/Undergrads.asp.|
|Please see the following website for a listing of NSF Graduate Fellowships and Traineeships: http://www.pathwaystoscience.org/Grad.asp or http://www.nsfgrfp.org.|
|Please see the following website for a listing of Post Doctoral Openings/Opportunities: http://www.pathwaystoscience.org/Postdocs_portal.asp.|