May 15- August 14, 2018.
The Jornada LTER desert ecology research program has opportunities for undergraduate students to participate in research during summer 2018. Each participant will develop a personalized project under the guidance of a suitable mentor associated with the Jornada LTER and/or New Mexico State University.
Successful applicants will be awarded $1215/hr (depending on experience) for the summer (approximately 5/15 – 8/14). Activities will be conducted on the campus of NMSU with field work at the Jornada research site northeast of Las Cruces.
Application deadline is March 30, 2018.
May 13-18, 2018.
FrARR trains and mentors promising junior and senior undergraduates from predominately under-represented communities in sophisticated aging research and regenerative medicine technologies, and encourages and supports them as they embark on graduate studies in MSTEM fields. The course is an intensive ‘hands-on’ lecture and lab course that course is designed for students who seek to develop into independent scientists, physicians or Ph.D. investigators and are both passionate about research careers in aging and regeneration and well prepared to build on their existing skills in MSTEM. The course offers a fresh series of daily lecturers on emerging concepts, followed by extended discussions and laboratory research as well as career advancement strategies over a week-long period.
Application deadline is March 16, 2018.
New Mexico INBRE Summer Experience- IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence
June 1- August 3, 2018.
Who should apply?
- Students entering their sophomore or junior year
- Students that have not worked in a research lab before
- Students interested in learning more about careers in Biomedical Research
- Students who can commit to full-time work during June 1, 2018 — August 3, 2018
Application deadline is March 26, 2018.
Nevada INBRE offers an exciting opportunity for undergraduates to have a hands-on laboratory experience in an emerging field of biomedical science such as genomics, proteomics, biological imaging, bioinformatics, or any field of research supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
INBRE will select recipients for $4,500 awards for students to work with a faculty mentor on an independent research project. An INBRE summer research experience will enrich your science education, allow you to gain first-hand knowledge about a scientific career, and will give you a competitive edge on graduate school, medical school and job applications. UROP projects often lead to longer term collaborations, publishable research, and careers in medicine or biomedical research.
Application deadline is March 23, 2018.
June 5- August 17, 2018.
BUEE offers an integrative summer research program aimed at developing early-career undergraduate students into mature and thoughtful environmental scientists. Authentic research experiences on human-coupled natural systems are complemented by an academic program aimed at developing practical experience in research design, scientific communication and community outreach. BUEE leverages the unique academic and research resources at Brooklyn, including a state-of-the-art Aquatic Research and Environmental Assessment Center, and our recently-established Science and Resilience Institute at Jamaica Bay.
Application deadline is April 1, 2018.
Our internships offer the opportunity to gain important skills in conservation work. You’ll learn firsthand how a biodiversity advocacy organization works to mobilize public support, influence public policy and undertake ecological restoration. We have a small staff, so you’ll be an important part of the SWEC team.
Some of our internships pay a small stipend, others are unpaid depending upon our current staff resources. Either way, you’ll receive great work experience and possibly academic credit. We require a 3-6 month commitment, working at least 12 hours per week on a flexible schedule.
We are looking for interns who have excellent written and verbal communication skills, relevant coursework and/or experience, good interpersonal skills for public outreach, the ability to work independently, and a strong commitment to SWEC’s mission of biodiversity protection.
The CBI Program brings together 28 faculty from the Schools of Arts & Sciences, Engineering, Public Health and Medicine at Johns Hopkins University and provides a diverse selection of research projects for students. In order to assist them in choosing a research advisor, first year graduate students are supported by a NIH Chemical Biology Training Grant. During this time the CBI students participate in three 10-week research rotations that enable them to broaden their research skills and make informed choices of research advisors.
This 36- credit Master of Arts Program enables students interested in animal behavior and conservation (ABC) to develop and enhance their research skills and understanding of the behavior of animals, and to acquire credentials for employment in fields related to ABC. This free-standing MA Program replaces the previous concentration in ABC within the Psychology MA Program with no changes in requirements.
NSF funds a large number of research opportunities for undergraduate students through its REU Sites program. AN REU Site consists of a group of ten or so undergraduates who work in the research programs of the host institution. Each student is associated with a specific research project, where he/she works closely with the faculty and other researchers. Students are granted stipends and, in many cases, assistance with housing and travel. An REU Site may be at either a US or foreign location.
Postbaccalaureate Intramural Research Training Award (Postbac IRTA/CRTA)