The Life Sciences Institute (LSI) at the University of Michigan is once again offering the Perrigo Undergraduate Summer Fellowship. This 10-week program provides an opportunity for undergraduates currently enrolled in any Michigan university or college to work side-by-side with world class researchers at the LSI. The Program, which takes place from June 5 – August 11, 2023, provides a $6,000 stipend as well as $2,500 in housing support. Additional details and application materials can be found at: http://perrigo.lsi.umich.edu/.
The Barry Goldwater Scholarship provides scholarships to college sophomores and juniors who intend to pursue research careers in the natural sciences, mathematics and engineering. The Goldwater Foundation is helping ensure that the U.S. is producing the number of highly-qualified professionals the Nation needs in these critical fields.
The Mayo Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program provides $5,000 research fellowships for undergraduate students dedicated to scientific research alongside professional biomedical scientists.
Each summer, the Center for Neuroscience at the University of Pittsburgh (CNUP) sponsors a 10-week program in which selected undergraduate students conduct research investigating diverse aspects of nervous system function under the guidance of individual CNUP training faculty.
The Quad Fellowship is an opportunity that was created through the collaboration of the United States, Australia, India, and Japan designed to foster connections between the next generation of scientists and technologists. This program will sponsor 100 STEM applicants’ master’s and doctorate studies in the United States. Applicants must be a citizen of one of the Quad partner countries.
The Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship includes enrollment in a master’s degree program, preparation for teacher certification in STEM, placement in a high-need high school in Indiana, Georgia, Michigan, Ohio or New Jersey. STEM majors are eligible.
The Thermo Scientific Pierce Scholarship is an opportunity for biology and chemistry majors of all levels, including seniors heading to
graduate school, to earn up to $10,000 for undergraduate or graduate school.
Davis Projects for Peace is an initiative for all students at the Davis United World College Scholars Program schools to design their own grassroots projects for peace that they themselves will implement anywhere in the world during the following summer. One hundred projects will be selected from proposals from over 85 campuses (including at least one from Kalamazoo College) for these $10,000 grants.
For more details, including a description of K’s winning project conducted last summer see the Davis Projects for Peace Website.
Application Details and Deadlines
Please review the application instructions in each section of the form carefully. All students, including seniors, are eligible to submit proposals as individuals or as a group.
Required items due via the online application Monday 2nd Week Winter Term, 11:59pm include:
- Two page proposal
- One page budget
- Resume of each participant
- Letter(s) of affiliation from project community partner
Proposals to work with specific organizations or individuals must be accompanied by a letter of affiliation from the organization or individual detailing the nature and duration of the proposed work.
It is highly recommended that you consult faculty or other advisors for comments on your proposal and budget before submitting it.
A Campus Committee will review and select up to five proposals for final consideration and interviews. We welcome proposals from students abroad who may be interviewed via Microsoft Teams.
The Committee will choose one proposal and one alternate for submission to the Davis UWC Scholars Office for final consideration.
The Institute of Current World Affairs (ICWA) fellowship advances American understanding of international cultures and affairs by sending outstanding young professionals abroad on two-year independent writing fellowships to study countries, regions and globally important issues. Fellows are given the time and resources to explore the world through self-designed programs of travel, thought and writing. They produce monthly dispatches and go on to make vital contributions to their fields.
Fellowships are aimed at developing local knowledge and writing skills, not necessarily awarding research or reporting opportunities to those who already possess them. Strong candidates propose compelling fellowship topics.
- Candidates must be under 36 years of age at the time of the due date for the initial letter of interest.
- US citizenship is not a requirement but candidates must show strong and credible ties to US society.
- Applicants must have excellent written and spoken English-language skills and must have completed the current phase of their formal education. (We do not accept applications from currently enrolled undergraduate students.)
- We expect candidates to have the necessary language skills to allow to them to carry out their proposed projects. That means enough language proficiency for them to be able to function in the local language within a few months of arriving in country.
The Summer Undergraduate Research Training (SMART) Program provides frontier-level, biomedical summer research projects for undergraduates in a supportive environment with supplemental educational activities.
The program offers:
- Nine paid weeks of biomedically related research in a broad range of areas
- Research and professional development seminars designed for undergraduates
- Career development activities
- Designated housing near Baylor College of Medicine
The position is a real job, with a compensation package of approximately $5,000 for nine weeks. Depending on the funding source, compensation will be all salary or a combination of salary and allocation for housing or travel. In addition to everything you learn about science through research, daily seminars, discussion groups, and extra activities; the experience of getting to know the other participants and people here at Baylor College of Medicine is extraordinary.
We welcome students from all science and math majors, and even non-science majors with appropriate background and interest. Projects span the spectrum of biomedical science, including projects in bioengineering and computational biology.