Posts tagged with 'Fourth Years'

The University of Chicago offers undergraduates the opportunity to gain research experience working in the laboratory or research group of MRSEC faculty members

Child care during COVID-19

Five-week program for students interested in studying Rome.

Paid program at Cornell University where students get an introductory research experience in nanotechnology.

The objective of the DREU program is to increase the number of people from underrepresented groups including women, minorities, or persons with disabilities who are enrolled in graduate studies in the computer science and computer engineering fields.

Travel grants for students presenting biological research at a conference.

Travel awards for students presenting physics-related research at a professional conference.

Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) Social Sciences Division Conference Travel Grant (up to $200 each).

Undergraduate Research Associates focusing on Curatorial Collections Research at the Smart Museum of Art (2 positions)

Supports third- or fourth-year students seeking a 1-2 month research experience in Germany.

Offers a stipend of 650 Euros (per month for up to three months) to conduct research in Germany over the summer.

Students about to complete their bachelor's or undergrads who are DAAD alumni can apply for these summer internships with German companies.

The Data and Computing Summer Lab is a 10-week paid summer research program at UChicago.

Experience, Memory and Knowledge Lab

American Mass Incarceration in Comparative and Historical Perspective

The Dean's Fund for Undergraduate Research CONFERENCE supports conference participation and travel if a student is attending to present a research poster or to give an oral presentation

Full scholarship and post-graduation job opportunity at the Department of Defense.

Places students in STEM internships at one of 17 Department of Energy research locations.

Development of material in inverse problems and data assimilation

Cutting-edge research ranging from engineering to quantitative biology at the shores of Lake Geneva.