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Nanotechnology for Health, Energy & the Environment

Stony Brook University
Center for Inclusive Education
2012 Summer Research Opportunity

REU Site: Nanotechnology for Health, Energy and the Environment
The Center for Inclusive Education and Nanotechnology Program is pleased to our announce summer research opportunity for qualified, academically talented and motivated undergraduates interested in eventually pursuing their doctoral degree in a Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) discipline at Stony Brook University. The program gives students an intensive research experience with leading researchers in the field.
Participants will work with a faculty mentor and become fully integrated into active research groups using state-of-the-art facilities. Participants will have the opportunity to work closely with their faculty mentor, attend seminars on Research Methods and Graduate School Preparation, participate in workshops and present their research results at the REU Symposium and Closing Ceremony at the completion of the program.
Dates: May 29 – August 3, 2012
Program Components:

• Full time research supervised by a faculty mentor
• Research Methods and Graduate School Preparation Workshops
• “Mid Week Lunch Seminar” – every week a faculty member will present a topic based professional development or academic workshop
• Poster Presentation at REU Symposium and Closing Ceremony

Open to all undergraduate students majoring in a STEM field with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Applicants must have completed at least their freshman year; graduating seniors are not eligible. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents.

• Participants will receive a $4000 summer stipend for full time research
• Lodging and meals will be provided to all participants. A $300 travel award will be provided for those participants living more than 75 miles from the Stony Brook Campus
• Priority deadline is March 5, 2012 (rolling thereafter)

For more information and application information, please visit:\cie
For more information, contact Kathryne Piazzola at (631) 632-1387 or

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