Frontiers in Science

Frontiers in Science 

2015 Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates 

Student Internship Program

May - August 2015

Rice University University of Houston

(This program is for students attending University of Houston and Houston Community College only)

A Physical Sciences Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program

The 2015 Frontiers in Science REU program provides students with extensive hands-on training in a multitude of physical and biological research methods within a research group at the University of Houston and/or Rice University.

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Prospective Research Faculty Mentors (representative):

Dr. Margaret Cheung, PhD, Department of Physics, University of Houston

Dr. Herbert Levine, PhD, Department of Bioengineering, Rice University

Dr. José Onuchic, PhD, Department of Physics, Rice University

Dr. Peter Wolynes, PhD, Department of Chemistry, Rice University

Internship Stipends

Interns will receive $3,200 for the summer program, and are expected to perform at least 300 hours of research. Each intern’s particular working schedule will be determined by the faculty mentor.

To Apply

Email a single PDF formatted file containing the following items:

  • Current Resume
  • Course List of All Science (biology, chemistry, physics, etc.), Computer Science, Technology, and Mathematics courses completed to-date (do not include grades)
  • Statement of Research Interest (minimum of one-page), that describes and explains your current academic and professional aspirations

Send to the UH Office of Undergraduate Research at undergrad-research@uh.edu, and include “2015 REU Application” in the email subject line.

An initial review of applications will begin in March, so we highly recommend that you apply by March 16. Initial invitations for interviews will be sent by March 31. After interviews, students will be notified of their status within a week.

For additional program information, contact Dr. Margaret Cheung, U Houston, mscheung@uh.edu, 713-743-8358. Visit http://ctbp.rice.edu for more information.

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