2019 Boise State University Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry Summer Research Fellowships
Earn cash money while gaining valuable chemical research experience–apply for a summer research fellowship today! Deadline for applying: March 25, 2019
- Research is a great way to learn and apply chemistry. Your focus is to discover content for your next textbooks, rather than learn the content already in them.
- Research helps chemistry concepts gel into a cohesive whole.
- Research helps your career take shape.
- Research helps you get deeper than surface level understanding.
- Research could put you on the right career pathway.
- Research is a great way to structure your career.
The stipend is $4000 for 10 weeks during the summer. Students will present their research at the ICUR conference held at the end of July.
- Applicants must be a declared chemistry major.
- Recipients are obligated to work full-time (40hrs/wk) for a minimum of 10 weeks during the summer.
- Applicants who have been awarded the chemistry summer fellowship previously are not eligible.
Application: UNDERGRADUATE.Application for Summer Fellowship.2019
American Chemical Society Project SEED Program
High School Students! Build your résumé and earn money this summer! Apply to conduct research in Chemistry, Biochemistry, or Materials Science & Engineering through the American Chemical Society Project SEED Program.
What: 8 Week Summer Research Fellowships paying $2,500
Where: Boise State University or Northwest Nazarene University
When: Program runs June-July/August 2019, but apply now!
Who: High school sophomores or juniors who meet eligibility requirements
How: Request an application from Don Warner (email@example.com)
- Learn what it’s like to work in a real chemistry, biochemistry, or materials science & engineering research laboratory.
- Learn scientific research skills and techniques from university students and professors.
- Added Benefits
- Great experience for résumés and college applications!
- Participants are eligible to apply for college scholarships open only to Project SEED students
- Participants must have completed a course in high school chemistry before the start of the summer.
- Participants must be entering their junior or senior year in high school the fall after the program.
- Participants must be recognized as economically disadvantaged (maximum adjusted gross family income does not exceed double the current Federal Poverty Guidelines–see http://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty).
- Contact Don Warner (firstname.lastname@example.org) to receive the application.
- Submit the completed application as soon as possible, but no later than 5 pm on March 29th.
- Evaluations and interviews will begin immediately.
- Applications considered until positions are filled.
Questions? Contact Dr. Don Warner at email@example.com