REU Undergraduate Research at Oregon
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University of Oregon and the National Science Foundation sponsor a 10 week summer undergraduate research program for Physics and Chemistry Majors to participate in a wide variety of exciting research projects. It’s not all work, however. Having local and regional adventures are a vital component of the program (scroll over the buttons below for program details).
The Research Experience for Undergraduates NSF grant provides for each student:
- A stipend of $5,000 for the ten weeks
(June 16- August 22, 2014),
- Room and board provided by the University of Oregon
- Travel expenses to and from Eugene.
REU Program -Directed By Geri Richmond
Materials Science Institute
Funding provided by the National Science Foundation
The Oregon REU program offers a wide variety of exciting research projects for students interested in chemistry, physics, environmental chemistry, optics and materials science. Students work closely with faculty advisors,graduate students and other research undergraduates for a unique summer experience.
How to ApplyClick on the link to the university website for more information.