Below are examples of research projects within the Chemistry Summer Undergraduate Research program. These change annually based on the interests of students and faculty. Please also see chem.
Priority acceptance is given to Monmouth University students. Most faculty research mentors who will work with high school students will be accepting rising seniors only. The Faculty Research Mentor page will be updated by February 15, and will include a brief biography of the mentor, academic department and SRP research project title and description.
Applications for the Summer Research Program are reviewed on a competitive basis. Work as a paid student research assistant for the summer. Participate on a student-faculty collaborative research team. Gain invaluable research experience that looks attractive to future employers and to graduate and professional school programs.
Present your research at a symposium. Participate in seminars on a variety of contemporary science topics.
Enjoy weekly lunches and social events to interact with other student-researcher and faculty members. No late applications will be accepted. Applicants who successfully submit their application by the deadline will be notified during the second week of April regarding their acceptance into the program.
Please see the Summer at Monmouth web site for more information regarding campus housing and applying and registering for summer courses if you are working in the SRP for credit.Undergraduate research in chemistry is self-directed experimentation work under the guidance and supervision of a mentor or advisor.
Students participate in an ongoing research project and investigate phenomena of interest to them and their advisor. Summer Projects There are a wide variety of opportunities to undertake meaningful summer research at Bowdoin.
The Chemistry Department's Summer Research Program gives students a chance to become immersed in a research project where they can synthesize and apply elements of their classroom learning.
The Ole Miss Physical chemistry Research Program seeks applicants for a summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program funded by . Title of Research Project: Mass spectrometry-based protein analysis Direct Mentor: Johanna Smeekens and Haopeng Xiao Traditional Chemistry Areas: Analytical, Biochemistry, Organic Research: Credit Start Date: Fall Required Courses: To be discussed during interview.
This is a list of the active chemistry division funded REU sites (Sites with active NSF awards).
multidisciplinary projects, professional development; research: biocomposites, drug design, drug delivery, chemosensors, Summer Undergraduate Research in Chemistry and Biochemistry at Miami University Abstract of Award.
REU Sites: Chemistry. This is a list of the active chemistry division funded REU sites (Sites with active NSF awards).
Almost every site has a web page where more information can be obtained.