25 Jan 2020

REU Paid Summer Undergraduate Research Opportunity

NSF Center for Aerosols Impacts on Chemistry of the Environment – Posted by JeanetteCAICE Anywhere

Job Description

2020 CAICE Undergraduate Summer Research Program
The NSF Center for Aerosol Impacts on Chemistry of the Environment (CAICE) operates a summer research program for undergraduate students during each summer, with participants at multiple universities associated with the Center. The application window closes February 1st 2020. Get your application in soon!

Benefits and Details

  • Mentoring from top CAICE faculty, postdocs & graduate students in the CAICE network
  • Placement in a CAICE lab site (lab placements are available across the U.S.)
  • Conduct exciting hands-on scientific research
  • 8-10 week program (dates to be determined by lab placement site)
  • Preparation for graduate school, attend field trips & symposiums
  • Presentation of your research results to other students and faculty at conclusion of program
  • Receive a minimum stipend of $5000
  • Reimbursement for out of town travel costs (up to $500)
  • Housing for full program duration

 

Who Should Apply?

  • Application open to undergraduates with an interest in chemistry who would like to participate in cutting edge CAICE research
  • Women, students from underrepresented groups, and military veterans are strongly encouraged to apply
  • Students from community colleges are encouraged to apply
  • Priority will be given to current 2nd and 3rd year undergraduates
  • Open to U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents only

How to Apply

Fill out the application form here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScp5LDTl1URlIIuGugZyWsQMJwRWofEkuJ_UL1HbMzHnotP7A/viewform If you have questions please see this page for more details about how to apply: https://caice.ucsd.edu/news-post/apply-today-for-the-2020-summer-research-program/ Or you can email: jmcconnell@ucsd.edu with your questions.  

Job Categories: Environmental Chemistry. Job Types: REU. Job Tags: Air Quality, atmospheric chemistry, and Ocean Science.

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