Archive for the ‘Michigan’ Category

Oakland University: Computer Research

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

Oakland University – UnCoRe Undergraduate Computer Research
This 10-week summer program is for undergraduate students in computer science and related fields. Students conduct research in teams of two with close mentoring from faculty. Students also participate in a variety of activities and are encouraged to submit and present their research at a conference. Stipend, meal allowance and travel subsidy provided.

Central Michigan University: Mathematics NSF/REU

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

Central Michigan University – NSF/REU Research Experience for Undergraduates
8-week program for students to work with faculty members of the mathematics department. The research topics to be studied will be in the areas of Algebra, Combinatorics, and Matrix Theory. Travel, housing, meal allowance and stipend provided

Western Michigan University: Environmental Signal Transduction

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

Western Michigan University – NSF-REU Program in Environmental Signal Transduction
This 10-week undergraduate summer program offers a mentored research experience and interdisciplinary scientific enrichment activities. Travel, housing, and stipend provided.

University of Michigan: ACS Nuclear Radiochemistry

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

University of Michigan – ACS Nuclear Radiochemistry Summer Schools
6-week intensive program that introduces undergraduate students to Nuclear Chemistry and Technology. Morning lectures and afternoon laboratories 5 days per week. Field trips to national laboratory sties. Guest lectures by world-renown nuclear scientists. Applicants should have desire to pursue advanced study related to Nuclear Chemistry and Technology. Travel, housing, and stipend provided.

Grand Valley State University: Mathematics REU Program

Tuesday, November 9th, 2010

Grand Valley State University – Grand Valley State University Mathematics REU Program
8-week program in mathematics including the development of communication skills. Students meet every weekday with their faculty mentors, then work on their projects. Every other week, each team gives a 20-to-30 minute presentations about their research. In the middle of the week, there is “Group Fun”. At the end of the week, a guest faculty speaker gives a seminar talk on his or her research interests.

UROP Information

Fall 2014 Applicants will be notified of a decision by September 30th

The 17th Annual UROP Symposium will be held on October 17th, 2014

The UROP Application will be open for Spring 2014 applications in mid to late November

Spring 2014 Funding Applications will be due on December 4th at noon