Tufts University Summer Research Experience for Undergraduate
Undergraduate Program: Research Opportunities
NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU Program)
Summer Research Experience: May 31 - August 8, 2011
The Department of Biology at Tufts University offers a NSF funded summer research program entitled “Integrative approaches to studying recognition systems in cells, organisms, and populations” in which 10 students will work closely on a collaborative, interdisciplinary project. Students in this 10-week program will receive a stipend of $480 per week, a $100 allotment for food, and on-campus housing ($5,800 total).
The Department of Biology has a long-standing commitment to mentoring undergraduates in research, as well as a strong track record of highly productive interdisciplinary research collaborations. Science is a collaborative enterprise, requiring the combined expertise of researchers from diverse fields. The goals of this summer program are: to increase students’ proficiency in biological research and collaborative skills, to educate and inspire students toward future research careers, and to develop students’ ability to effectively communicate scientific results. In addition to research, students will participate in weekly discussions, seminars, field trips, and a symposium.
Students must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are enrolled in an accredited institution. Candidates should have a strong academic record. We especially encourage applications from women and minorities, as well as students from community colleges and other institutions that do not traditionally offer research opportunities.
Completed materials should be received by March 15, 2010
Award announcements will be made by March 31, 2010
Contact Us for More Information:
Please send an email to REU@tufts.edu or by mail:
Tufts REU Summer Program
120 Dana Laboratories
Department of Biology
Medford, MA 02155