Talented undergraduates from around the nation are invited to apply for the Stanford University School of Humanities & Sciences Summer Research Early Identification Program (SR-EIP) through the Leadership Alliance (Deadline February 1st). (Stanford Undergraduates interested in Summer Research at other institutions can apply through the Leadership Alliance as well.) SR-EIP is designed to encourage students from groups under-served and underrepresented in the natural sciences, social sciences and humanities to consider research careers in the academic, public or private sectors. Summer research programs expose you to faculty and graduate students at other institutions who can go on to mentor you and assist you with the graduate school process.
The Stanford School of Humanities and Sciences SR-EIP program and the Leadership Alliance Mellon Initiative, supported by the Mellon Foundation, provides full-time research experience for undergraduates interested in pursuing doctoral study in the humanities and social sciences.
The Stanford Summer Research Program in Biomedical Sciences (SSRP)
The Stanford Summer Research Program in Biomedical Sciences is a fully funded, eight week, residential internship program. It offers undergraduates from across the country who want to prepare for and enter Ph.D. programs in the biomedical sciences a unique opportunity for advanced research experience within a world class university. This internship program combines a rigorous research opportunity with comprehensive mentoring. Application deadline: Feb. 1.
The Amgen Scholars Program provides undergraduate students interested in a PhD or MD/PhD with an opportunity to engage in a fully funded, hands-on research experience at some of the nation’s leading educational institutions for eight to twelve weeks during the summer. Stanford is one of ten Amgen Scholars Program universities offering such opportunities.
The Leadership Alliance Mellon Initiative
This initiative provides an intensive faculty-mentored eight week (June 25-August 18) residential summer research experience to students interested in doctoral study in the humanities or social sciences. Interested students should apply through the Leadership Alliance SR-EIP online application. Application deadline: Feb. 1. More information about the School of Humanities & Sciences Program can be found at the top of this page.
The Leadership Alliance-Stanford University SR-EIP for underrepresented and underserved students is a fully funded residential research program offering undergraduates the opportunity to work for eight weeks (June 25-August 18) under the guidance of a faculty or research mentor in the arts & humanities, social sciences, math, physics, statistics, earth sciences, or engineering. Application deadline: Feb. 1. More information about the School of Humanities & Sciences Program can be found at the top of this this page.
Summer Undergraduate Research in Geoscience and Engineering (SURGE)
SURGE is a fully funded 8-week, comprehensive research, training and mentoring summer residential program for rising junior and senior undergraduates. Research areas include the Earth, Energy, and Environmental Sciences. SURGE focuses on preparing students for graduate school and targets U.S. or international citizens enrolled in U.S.undergraduate institutions, who, by reason of their culture, class, race, ethnicity, background, or life experiences, would add diversity to the field. Application deadline: January 23.
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) Undergraduate Internships
This program offers twenty students an eight week paid internship at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) in Menlo Park, California. Students work with a scientist or engineer on a project related to the laboratory's research program. Students also participate in a program of scientific lectures and tours to local Silicon Valley high-tech industry. Free housing on Stanford campus, transportation, and a stipend are offered to selected students.
Stanford Nanofabrication Facility Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program
This program offers five to ten students an opportunity to spend ten weeks doing research at a state-of-the-art nanotechnology fabrication facility under the direction of faculty research mentors. Travel and housing costs are covered and a stipend is offered to selected students. An application should be submitted through the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network site: http://www.nnin.org/nnin_reu.html .