Posts tagged with 'International (Non-US) Applicants'

Summer undergraduate research opportunity in urban development in the Galapagos.

Up to four grants in the amount of $4,000 each will be awarded to students in their third year who will spend a minimum of eight weeks conducting research in Africa.

Funding for summer research in the biomedical sciences at 13 premier domestic academic institutions, as well as international locations.

The Smithsonian Museum Conservation Institute (MCI) summer research opportunity.

Various summer and fall research internships at the Brookings Institute

Graduating seniors or students who have not started graduate work; 3.7 average GPA, higher preferred; strong interest in international affairs.

Child care during COVID-19

$5,250 stipdend plus housing costs for summer research in the life sciences at Cold Springs Harbor Laboratory in New York.

Undergraduate research opportunity in Environmental and Urban Studies (ENST)

$5,000 funding for students of all majors with a strong interest in pursuing a Ph.D program in the liberal arts or sciences

Competitive grants for UChicago College students pursuing faculty-mentored research in the arts, social sciences, and humanities

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).

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.

Supports College students in scholarly mentored research and research conference presentation pursuits. Administered by the College Center for Research and Fellowships (CCRF).

Summer research opportunity in Neurobiology.