Research-related Opportunities

Abroad Opportunities

Computer Science Research Opportunities

Global Studies/Public Health Research Opportunity:
Social science research and projects in a township called Khayelitsha just outside of Cape Town, South Africa. The projects and the research we do focus mainly on public health and development.
In Spring of 2021 involvement in this project would consist of grant writing, grant interviews, preparation for the trips (work plans), IRB, and further research development. Fall of 2021 will consist of learning about project involvement, continued grant work, and travel preparations (hopefully) for Summer of 2022.

Undergraduate Research Commons: A collection of publications that are accepting submissions from undergraduates. Browse by subject area and submission policy.

Rose-Hulman Undergraduate Mathematics Journal: is devoted entirely to papers written by undergraduates on topics related to the mathematical sciences.

The Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans provides up to $90,000 of funding for immigrants and children of immigrants for one to two years of graduate study (any field of study) in the US.

Journal of Student Research:
If you are an undergrad student, grad student, Ph.D. student, or Postdoc fellow at a college or university aspiring to publish, we are accepting submissions!
Currently calling for papers for Volume 10 Issue 3!
Deadline: 11:59 p.m. April 30th, 2021

Department of Chemistry’s 2021 Undergraduate Summer Research Scholarships
Awardees must be a chemistry major and not have graduated by this summer. Students with a Harrison or comparable award are not eligible. The scholarship is up to $4000. Award amounts will vary for remote research and in person research. Commitment from the student is 20 hours per week for at least 10 weeks for remote researchers; 40 hours per week for at least 10 weeks for in-person researchers. Time frame for both is between May 24th through August 20. Students need to have identified a research laboratory in advance. Please communicate this information to your mentor so that they know what is required of them. In-person research must be approved by PI.
Please submit your application materials electronically to Cindy Knight (csk3a) by 8:00 am, Thursday, April 15th. Letters of recommendation should be sent separately and directly to Cindy Knight (csk3a).