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Science Horizons Off-Campus Research Funding


Five Science Horizons Research Internships are available for undergraduates interested in careers in science. The internships are designed to enable students to undertake mentored research projects in computationally intensive areas in biology or biomedical fields at off-campus environments. Potential internship sites include industry and government labs, research universities, and medical centers. Fellowship stipend - $5250 for living and travel expenses. 

Application consists of a short proposal outlining your 10 week project, a personal statement (approx. 250 words) explaining why you want to conduct research, your mentor's name and affiliation, letter of support from your mentor, and two letters of recommendation from individuals who can comment on your potential to conduct research. 

Click here for the application.  Application deadline March 2, 2015.  Letters of recommendation can be emailed to Professor Greg Davis (Biology) at Contact Professor Davis if you have any questions about the program.

2014 Science Horizons Interns

Jennifer Acosta
Xinyuan Dong
Rachel Hager
Lisa Lin
Meg Sumner-Moore

2013 Science Horizons Interns

Danqi Luo
Wenyu Pan
Srividya Suresh
Zhuyun Xiao
Yijun Zhou

To view summaries and posters detailing students' research, go to:

Science Horizons Research Summaries and Posters