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Marian E. Koshland Integrated Natural Sciences Center

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    The KINSC Summer Scholars program provides financial support for students who are able to secure unpaid on-campus or off-campus laboratory research positions or public policy internships that have a significant natural science component.
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  • The KINSC encourages students to utilize the services offered by the CCPA when searching for an internship, job, or applying to graduate school. The CCPA is ready to review your resume, provide interviewing advice, help with networking, and has an excellent database of opportunities in the sciences.
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    The 25th Annual Sigma Xi Student Research Symposium will be held on Saturday, April 12, 2014, at Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia. Undergraduate and graduate students working in the areas of Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering, the Natural, and the Social Sciences are invited and encouraged to present the results of their work in the poster sessions.
  • Puentes de Salud is now accepting Team Leader Internship applications for the Puentes Hacia el Futuro, Puentes de Salud's afterschool education and wellness program, for Summer 2014.
  • The mission of the NRC Research Associateship Programs (RAP) is to promote excellence in scientific and technological research conducted by the U. S. government through the administration of programs offering graduate, postdoctoral, and senior level research opportunities at sponsoring federal laboratories and affiliated institutions.
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  • Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center sponsors a ten-week research program for outstanding undergraduate students who are interested in pursuing a career in the biomedical sciences. Students in the program have the opportunity to obtain hands-on research experience in cutting-edge laboratories and interact with faculty, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students. The program offers a stipend of $4,000 and housing.
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  • For the past 27 years, the Cary Institute's Research Experiences for Undergraduates program has provided 8-12 students each summer with an opportunity to conduct quality research in ecology at a world-class institute. Their alumni have gone on to wonderful careers in academic ecology as professors or research scientists, in environmental management or consulting, in ecology education, or in many other fields.
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  • The Chicago Botanic Garden, with colleagues from partner institutions, hosts a ten-week summer research experience. This program offers undergraduate participants an opportunity to explore a diverse array of scientific fields related to plant biology and conservation. Travel, room and board, and research costs are covered by the program. Participants also receive a $4,750 stipend.
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  • Hands-on research in Genomics and Computational Biology will bring participants recruited nationally from underrepresented groups to the University of Georgia campus for 10 weeks in the Summer of 2014. The ten weeks will be spent in individual labs developing an independent research project in partnership with a faculty mentor.
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  • The Institute for Biology Education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison invites junior and senior undergraduate students interested in research careers in the biological sciences to participate in the Integrated Biological Sciences Summer Research Program. This hands-on research program is designed primarily to give students from other colleges and universities a chance to experience the richness of research at UW–Madison.
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  • The Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory has established programs for undergraduate education to enhance scientific training in the biological sciences. Through courses, fellowships, and enrichment activities, MDIBL excels in training undergraduate students considering careers in research or medicine. MDIBL is a highly collaborative, collegial, and informal research environment, where students and scientists design and conduct experiments together and may discuss their results on a bench ov
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  • Friday Harbor Laboratories' Blinks - NSF REU - BEACON Summer Internship Program seeks to link undergraduate students with scientist-mentors as collaborators in marine science research projects. The program takes advantage of the pristine environment, remarkable biodiversity, and the scientific and technical resources at University of Washington's marine science research facility. We have combined the NSF REU program with the Blinks Research Fellowship program, which targets groups who are histor
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  • The National Science Foundation funded REU program will take place at the Duke Marine Lab located on Pivers Island in coastal Carteret County of North Carolina. Pivers Island is part of the Newport River estuary and is about 2 km from the ocean via the Beaufort Inlet. Coastal and estuarine invertebrate species and a variety of habitats (marshes, mudflats, sand flats, beaches, creeks, channels and coastal ocean) are readily available for research.
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  • The Fort Johnson Undergraduate Summer Research Program is a ten week internship combining independent research with activities to promote career development and communication skills. Participants will investigate impacts of climate change, natural disasters, pollution, and coastal development on the health of marine organisms as individuals, communities, populations and species, using a wide variety of laboratory and field techniques.
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  • In the summer of 2014, the biology faculty at Pepperdine University will conduct a summer research program from May 11 – July 26, 2014, geared specifically to undergraduate students who are interested in pursuing a career in biological research, science education, environmental science, or biotechnology.
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  • The Scholar Program gives each participating student-Scholar an opportunity to interact in a plant science-related research environment, develop practical research skills and build relationships with scientific mentors. Scholars are paired with a scientist-mentor from the Foundation’s plant molecular biology research group or the Foundation’s translational and application research group. Placement is based on the Scholar’s research preference and educational experience. No research experie
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  • The Whitney Laboratory Research Experience for Undergraduate Program offers an exceptional opportunity for the motivated undergraduate to participate in scientific research. In cooperation with a faculty supervisor, students choose a project that fits both their interests and ongoing investigations of the Lab and that can be completed within the eleven-week training period during the summer.
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  • The University of Oregon (UO) Summer Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR) provides fellowship opportunities for undergraduate students from other Universities and Colleges to participate in ongoing research in Life Sciences laboratories at UO during the Summer months. Each project is a rigorous and rich immersion in a mentored, high profile science research project with a lab mentor under the direction of a research professor.
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  • A research project is at the heart of the Summer Student Fellowship program. All Fellows are expected to work on a project selected in collaboration with their sponsor(s) that will provide meaningful results in one summer’s work. Project topics span the vast spectrum of research in ocean sciences and engineering conducted in WHOI’s science departments and the Woods Hole Field Station of the U. S. Geological Survey (USGS).
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  • The Amgen Scholars U.S. Program provides hundreds of selected undergraduate students with the opportunity to engage in a hands-on research experience at some of the nation’s leading educational institutions. Currently, 13 universities in the U.S. host the summer research program. The Amgen Foundation has committed $34 million over eight years to this global initiative to make this opportunity possible to more than 2,400 students.