Virginia-North Carolina Alliance for Minority Participation

Current Opportunities

The Alliance maintains a listing of summer and academic year research, internship, and scholarships available to students and partner institutions. Please contact Mr. Maurice Walker ( or 434-982-0310) with questions or additions. A list of opportunities from previous years is also available.

New Opportunity!

None provided - apply soon-as-possible

Program Dates: June 26 - July 30, 2023
Overview: Harris-Stowe State University, with support from the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA), has developed an innovative Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) to introduce and advance HBCU students’ knowledge and skill sets in geospatial science, technology, and engineering. The HBCU Summer Immersion in GEOINT will hold its 2nd annual REU June 26 – July 30, 2023. We invite your students to be a part of this five-week experiential learning activity. This is a competitive program, which will engage 15 students during the summer with experts from the geospatial science field, including academia, industry, and government organizations.

All program participants will be provided a $2500 stipend, housing, meals, and transportation to and from program sites daily. Participant’s must be enrolled in on of the nation’s HBCU colleges or universities.

• Rising sophomores and juniors enrolled in one of the nation’s HBCUs
• Cumulative GPA of 2.5+
• Must be a U.S. Citizen

Learn more and apply here. For additional info contact the Office of STEM Initiatives.

New Opportunity!

January 27, 2023

Program Dates: May 30 - August 3, 2023
Overview: Spend nine weeks on an intensive research project. The Summer Research Opportunity Program aims to expand access and opportunity to diverse students and facilitate their preparation as a pathway to doctoral studies at the University of Michigan.


  • Minimum 3.0 on 4.0 GPA Scale
  • Planning to Apply to U-M Doctoral Program

Benefits: $4,500 Stipend (plus travel expenses)

  • Housing and Meals
  • Weekly Seminars
  • Research Symposium
  • Academic Community

Learn more and apply -

Program Informational and Application Workshops

  • Wednesday, December 14, 2023 | 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. EST
  • Tuesday, January 18, 2023 | 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. EST

Register at

New Opportunity!

February 20, 2023

Program Dates: May 28 - August 5, 2023
Overview: Join undergraduates from around the country for a unique week learning and living research experience in the southern Appalachians. Students conduct independent research in field ecology, evolution, behavior, and physiology under the supervision of resident scientists. REU program provides participants with take home a stipend of $6,250. It also covers all room and board expenses and has a project and travel budget. Program participants live together in eight-person cottages with shared living room and bath. Rooms are double-occupancy. Other housing arrangements can be made as needed. All station residents share three meals a day in the main dining hall.

The focus of scientific research at Mountain Lake Biological Station (MLBS), and therefore of the REU program, is population biology at the intersection of field-based studies of ecology, evolution, and behavior. Student researchers work closely with researcher mentors in compatible areas of interest. Students take leadership roles in all aspects of the study; they design the study and prepare the proposal, collect data and perform analysis, and finally they interpret the results and prepare a written and oral presentation. Compared to many other REU programs, ours offers a high degree of independence in project choice and design. Email is you have any questions. 

New Opportunity!

March 1, 2023

Program Dates: 8-week program; students arrive at the NIH in June.

Overview: Summer programs at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provide an opportunity to spend a summer working at the NIH side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world, in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research (At the NIH "biomedical research" includes everything from behavioral and social sciences, through biology and chemistry, to physics, mathematical modeling, computational biology, and biostatistics). The NIH consists of the 240-bed Mark O. Hatfield Clinical Research Center and more than 1150 laboratories/research groups located on the main campus in Bethesda, MD, and in the surrounding area as well as in Baltimore and Frederick, MD; Research Triangle Park, NC; Hamilton, MT; Framingham, MA; Phoenix, AZ; and Detroit, MI. NOTE: the number of positions in Hamilton, Framingham, Phoenix, and Detroit is limited.

The NIH Institutes/Centers and the Office of Intramural Training & Education (OITE) sponsor a wide range of summer activities including an orientation to help interns get off to a good start, Summer Lectures featuring distinguished NIH investigators, career/professional development workshops, wellness activities, and Summer Poster Day.

Eligibility: The 2023 Summer Internship Program is for students who
• are 17 years of age or older on June 15, 2023,
• are U.S. citizens or permanent residents, AND
• are enrolled at least half-time in an accredited college (including community college) or university as an undergraduate, graduate, or professional student at the time of application*, OR
• have graduated from high school, but have been accepted into an accredited college or university program for the fall semester.

*Individuals who are U.S. permanent residents must be attending or have been accepted into institutions in the U.S.

Individuals from racial and ethnic groups that have been underrepresented in health-related sciences; Students with disabilities; students who are Pell Grant-eligible; students who are enrolled in Tribal Colleges and Universities, Hispanic-serving institutions, or Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs); students who identify as LGBTQ; and individuals disadvantaged by circumstances that have negatively impacted their educational opportunities, including recent natural disasters, are encouraged to apply.

Compensation: The stipends for trainees are adjusted yearly; the level depends on education completed prior to starting at the NIH. For details, see the Trainee Stipends page. The Institute/Center (IC) in which you work, or your research group, pays your stipend.

Learn more and apply at

New Opportunity!

February 28, 2023

Application opens December 15, 2022.

Program Dates: The AEOP Undergraduate Apprenticeship program aims to elevate students’ STEM knowledge and experience and take part in the research that is shaping the future of our nation. An AEOP Undergraduate Apprenticeship is right for students interested in pursuing a career in STEM or want to take the next step in STEM education. As an apprentice, students will gain first hand exposure to the cutting edge research that is happening in top university labs and U.S. Army Research Laboratories and Centers across the country. Working under the mentorship of a professional scientist or engineer, they will learn about the variety of paths in their STEM field of interest and develop the tools needed to get there.

To be considered for an apprenticeship, submit recommendations (if required) by the due date. Letters of recommendation are required for some apprenticeship locations. Extraneous recommendations will not be reviewed.

NOTE: Write the essay and gather materials (transcript, etc.) before starting the application. No application fee and participation in AEOP Apprenticeships is free.

AEOP Apprenticeships are designed for commuters. Transportation, meals, and housing are not provided. It is important to keep this in mind when selecting locations in the application.

All participants must be current undergraduate students who are U.S. citizens or permanent legal residents. Additional eligibility requirements vary by location.

All apprentices earn an educational stipend in recognition of their participation. The stipend amount varies by apprenticeship location and program duration. If selected for the apprenticeship, information about the stipend will be provided in the award letter.

Learn more and apply at:

New Opportunity!

February 1, 2023 - 11:59 PM (ET)

Overview: The SURF Program is designed to inspire undergraduate students to pursue careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) through a unique research experience that supports the NIST mission. Since 1993, SURF students from across the country have had the opportunity to gain valuable, hands-on experience, working with cutting edge technology in one of the world's leading research organizations and home to three Nobel Prize winners. Note: Vacancy announcements and questionnaires will open by Dec 1, 2022.

Over the course of 11 weeks, SURF students contribute to the ongoing research of one of the six NIST facilities which are the Communications Technology Laboratory (CTL), Engineering Laboratory (EL), Information Technology Laboratory (ITL), Material Measurement Laboratory (MML), NIST Center for Neutron Research (NCNR), and Physical Measurement Laboratory (PML) (which now includes project in the Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology). The SURF Program is administered at the Boulder, CO and Gaithersburg, MD locations.

The NIST SURF Program will be conducted using a hybrid format for Summer 2023, including both in-person and virtual components.

SURF Boulder Vacancy and SURF Gaithersburg Vacancy announcements coming soon (each has a separate application).

Qualifications: Only U.S. citizens and U.S. lawful residents are eligible to participate.

Learn more and apply at:

For questions contact:

New Opportunity!

December 25, 2022

Program Dates: The Brooklyn College Neuroscience REU Program provides students the opportunity to immerse in rich and innovative mentored research experiences in clinical, cognitive, and behavioral neuroscience. The 15-week program program aims to engage students in: 1) comprehensive laboratory research; 2) scholarly didactics; 3) research ethics training; and 4) professional research dissemination (all projects will culminate in a first-authored research poster at Brooklyn College annual, campus-wide Science Day). Potential mentored research projects may encompass, but are not limited to, the following topics: neuropharmacology of learned flavor preferences, neural and cognitive underpinnings of memory and language disorders, identification of biological markers for criminal behavior and schizophrenia, scientific nature of creativity, cortical systems that mediate visual perception, mechanisms of associative learning, and the mechanisms underlying steroid-induced neural plasticity and sex differences in brain and behavior.

Eligibility: The Neuroscience REU Program selects twelve students each year. Each student must be able to fulfill all of the following requirements by the start of the REU program:
• be a U.S. citizen or non-citizen permanent resident
• be enrolled as a full-time student at a public college or university in the New York metropolitan area (including SUNY programs and institutions in New Jersey), leading to a baccalaureate or associate degree
• have completed the following courses: introductory psychology; biological psychology, neuropsychology, or physiological psychology; and experimental psychology or research methods (or an equivalent)
• have at least sophomore standing (i.e., completed 24 college credits)
• have an overall GPA of 3.3 or higher
• have at least one semester of undergraduate school remaining before graduation

Although all eligible students are welcome to apply, we especially encourage applications from students who are members of underrepresented groups in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines, which include but are not limited to:
• students who are racial/ethnic minorities, first-generation college students, women, and veterans
• students who have experienced educational or economic disadvantage or other personal circumstances that may have impeded their transition to the next stage of training towards a science career.

Compensation: Students receive a stipend of $3100 to support their hours of lab research and to cover travel, project materials, general academic supplies, and books. The stipend is not intended to cover housing, as our program is open only to undergraduates currently enrolled in a public college or university in the New York metropolitan area.

Learn more and apply at:


New Opportunity!

February 1, 2023

Overview: SRIP offers a 10-week hands-on research experience investigating current problems in biomedical research under the guidance of a faculty member, a professional development series highlighting the opportunities that exist for careers in biomedical sciences, and a research lecture series presented by internationally recognized scientists & physician scientists. There are presentations by UVA faculty and panel discussions from graduate students about the graduate school application process, “Communicating Science” workshops teaching strategies for communicating complex scientific topics in clear and engaging ways, several opportunities to present your research, and regular office hours and mentoring with the SRIP Program Director. It provides:
• Housing on UVA Grounds, within easy walking distance to the research facilities and the Health System.
• Roundtrip travel to Charlottesville. Fly to and from Charlottesville or be reimbursed for driving mileage.
• Access to the UVA athletic facilities for a nominal fee.
• Social activities and a closing reception.
• Catered events.

The program hosts approximately 35 students each year and provides an outstanding environment to learn first hand about a career in biomedical research while preparing to succeed in gaining admission to graduate school. Many of the former SRIP participants have matriculated into M.D./Ph.D. and Ph.D. programs, including at UVA.

Eligibility and Requirements: An applicant must:
• Be an undergraduate college student
• Be a U.S. citizen or hold a permanent resident visa
• Submit an on-line application and supporting materials by the application deadline
• Provide two letters of recommendation from faculty or advisors (due 7 days after the application deadline)
• Upload a copy of unofficial academic transcript
• Have completed personal statements regarding research experience and long term goals, research interests, and other relevant information.

Learn more and apply at:

New Opportunity!


Overview: Attend an Open House to learn more on Monday, December 5th 5:00 - 6:30 PM EDT Via Zoom – register at

Visit links below to learn about a variety of summer research programs including:
Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology (BCMP) Summer Scholars Program
Brigham Research Institute Undergraduate Research Summer Internship Program
Cell Biology Research Scholars Program (CRSP) 
Continuing Umbrella of Research Experiences (CURE) at Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center (DF/HCC)
Four Directions Summer Research Program (FDSRP)
Harvard-Amgen Scholars 
Harvard Stem Cell Institute Internship Program (HIP)
Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (CfA)
Harvard Forest Summer Research Program in Ecology
Harvard Summer Research Program in Kidney Medicine
Multidisciplinary International Research Training (MIRT) Program
Newborn Medicine Summer Student Research Program
Summer Honors Undergraduate Research Program (SHURP)
• Summer Program in Biological Sciences in Public Health
Summer Institute in Biomedical Informatics
Summer Program in Biostatistics & Computational Biology 
Summer Program in Epidemiology
Summer Research Opportunities at Harvard Program – through Leadership Alliance
Summer Research Trainee Program (SRTP) at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)
Summer Training in Academic Research and Scholarship (STARS) Program at Brigham and Women’s Hospital
Summer Undergraduate Program in Immunology
Systems Biology Summer Internship Program – Department of Systems Biology

New Opportunity!

Summer projects (May - August): February 15 | Fall projects (September - December): June 1

Overview: Open to undergraduate students interested in participating in a National Science Foundation supported summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program focused on global change ecology. These internships are available as remote or in-person opportunities at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center located in Edgewater, MD (10 miles south of Annapolis). Summer interns will work closely with SERC scientists and staff to explore environmental science and education, complete a student-driven research project, participate in a variety of professional development and social activities, produce a short video, and share their research findings in a symposium at the conclusion of the program. Participating mentors conduct research in a variety of complementary fields, such as conservation ecology, biogeochemistry, invasion studies, marine biodiversity, fisheries conservation, plant ecology, molecular ecology, marine disease ecology, ocean acidification, photobiology, microbiology, quantitative ecology, and terrestrial ecology. There are also opportunities in science writing and citizen science.

Compensation: Participants will receive a weekly stipend of $600. Limited on-campus housing is available. Financial assistance for travel to and from Edgewater, MD will be provided.

Learn more and apply at:

New Opportunity!

Conference Dates: February 9 - 11, 2023
Overview: The BEYA STEM Community of over 10,000 strong serves K-12 students, college students, corporate, government, and military professionals, and STEM employers with three (3) days of learning, networking, celebrating excellence, and showcasing career opportunities. The 2023 conference will have in-person and virtual components.

Details about the different methods of participating and registration can be found at

New Scholarship!

March 10, 2023: Applications are due before 11:59 p.m.

Overview: Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC) provides STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) Bridge Scholarships of $1,000 to students who will be sophomores during the 2023-2024 academic year. Students from any federally recognized minority group in STEM and enrolled full-time in a program of STEM at one of the five Virginia Space Grant member universities are strongly encouraged to apply.

• Must be a U.S. citizen
• Must enrolled as a full-time student (minimum 12 credit hours) at one of the five Virginia Space Grant Consortium member institutions (College of William and Mary, Hampton University , Old Dominion University, University of Virginia, and Virginia Tech)
• Must have completed at least one year of a STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) undergraduate program and have at least 2 years of study remaining.
• Must have a grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
• Must be in a program of study demonstrating an interest in STEM or supporting NASA’s mission

New Opportunity!

January 27, 2023 @ 11:59 PM

Overview: The Virginia Space Grant Consortium (VSGC) provides undergraduate research scholarships of up to $8,500 to students majoring in STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). Scholarships require students to participate in a faculty-mentored research experience that aligns with NASA’s mission. Student scholarships and research support totaling $3,000 during the 2023-2024 academic year and $3,500 during summer semester. Individuals can also receive $1,000 for materials and travel to support research activities conducted during the academic year, and/or $1,000 research allocation during the summer 2022 or 2023 (if doing summer research). The maximum award per year cannot exceed $8,500.  

• U.S. citizen
• Must have completed at least two years of a STEM undergraduate program and be classified as a junior or senior during the 2023-2024 academic year (must have at least junior status by summer 2023 if choosing this option)
• Must be in a program of study demonstrating an interest in STEM and supporting NASA’s mission
• Grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
• Must not graduate before May 2024
• Enrolled as a full-time graduate student at one of the Virginia Space Grant Consortium member institutions: The College of William and Mary, Hampton University, Old Dominion University, University of Virginia and Virginia Tech

New Resource

Overview: LSAMP scholars and alumni who are seeking employment opportunities to add their name and resume to the LSAMP Resume Book. This resource is used by hiring organizations to identify potential candidates. If at any time you would like your information removed from the list, please reach out to Deb Cole at This resource is courtesy of the Louis Stokes Midwest Regional Center of Excellence (LSMRCE).

New Opportunity!

November 30, 2022

Overview: NAVWAR’s Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority Institution’s HBCU/MI’s) Cybersecurity Information Assurance and Data Science Program is funded by the Department of the Navy (DoN) and is in response to the President’s National Security Strategy (February 2015) to secure our nation’s cyberspace while providing opportunity, diversity, inclusion, and real world exposure.
Students pursuing degrees in computer science, computer engineering, cyber and data science while attending the nation’s HBCU/MI’s compete for the opportunity to participate in a 6-7 month program where they work together and in teams, directly with the DoN’s Naval Information Warfare Systems Command (NAVWAR) subject matter experts on mission-critical cyber-related initiatives. PARTICIPANTS MUST BE A U.S.CITIZEN & ELIGIBLE TO RECEIVE A SECURITY CLEARANCE

Phase 1 (February – April 2023):
• Phase I of the program will occur via virtual telecommunications (VTC) during the spring semester (February-April 2023).
• During Phase I of the program (February-April) students will be in attendance at their respective HBCU/MI and WILL NOT receive a financial stipend. While in attendance at their respective HBCU/MI, selected students will receive hands-on mentoring from NAVWAR personnel as well as outreach via virtual telecommunications (VTC).

Phase 2 (May – August 2023):
• Phase II of the program is hosted in-person or virtually at participating NAVWAR labs and warfare centers from May-August 2023 - located in San Diego, CA; Pearl City, HI; Philadelphia, PA; Charleston, SC; Hampton Roads, VA; or New Orleans, LA. • During Phase II of the program, selected students will transition to paid interns. • Interns will be directly involved in cybersecurity, information assurance and/or machine learning research projects that enable the cyber mission force through current analysis methodologies, training, and research and development. • Interns will be involved in cyber projects related to protecting and defending the nation's information systems networks and out maneuvering cyber adversaries.

• Under Graduates: $8,500
• Graduates: $9,500
• (Plus Relocation & Housing Stipends When Applicable)

Additional details and application can be found at Questions, contact Mr. Maurice Civers-Davis at

New Opportunity!


Overview: Eaton Corporation is a partner of the Louis Stokes Midwest Regional Center of Excellence (LSMRCE) and encourages students from the LSAMP community to apply to Eaton internships and co-ops. Applications are now being accepted for Summer 2023!

New Opportunity!

Conference Dates: Sept. 30 - Oct. 1, 2022

Overview: Register for Hybrid Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP) Student Success Conference. The AGEP Student Success conference is a cross-disciplinary experience, full of scientists, engineers, economists, policy makers and scholars of the arts. LSAMP students attending in-person are welcome to submit abstracts.
Registration is FREE: | Conference Schedule (subject to change):

Overview: The Louis Stokes Midwest Regional Center of Excellence (LSMRCE), in collaboration with various partners including LSAMP Alliances, hosted a free speaker series for students. Topics include time management skills, preparing for graduate school, and exploring different careers and pathways in STEM. The recorded sessions can be found on the LSMRCE webpage, as well as, on the LSMRCE YouTube channel

New Opportunity!


Overview: The Native American Finance Officers Association (NAFOA) Institute Career Basics is a free online career readiness and personal finance program designed for 18-26-year-old Native American youths. The program offers coursework that provides opportunities for participants to improve career readiness, and personal finance skills, and advance their understanding of issues impacting tribal economies. The current program runs August 8, 2022 – February 28, 2023. Career Basics is also designed to prepare youth for the NAFOA Leadership Summit. Individuals 20-26 years old participating in Career Basics are invited to apply for the NAFOA Leadership Summit. Learn more about the program by visiting


Overview: NSF International Center of Excellence (LSAMP-NICE) is a venue of support for facilitating and promoting student development via high impact international research in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). The Center is particularly focused on promoting the access and participation of underrepresented minority students to international research opportunities.

New Conference!

Registration closes on Tuesday, October 25th

Conference Dates: October 28-30, 2022
Overview: The Louis Stokes Midwest Regional Center of Excellence (LSMRCE) conference, "STEM Ecosystem: Diversity, Partnership, and Empowerment," will be held October 28-30, 2022 at the Hyatt Regency Schaumburg. This event offers students, faculty mentors, educational researchers, and program administrators a platform to exchange knowledge and to cultivate a community of practitioners and scholars in the area of broadening the participation of underrepresented minorities in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

New search tool!

Big Data Internships and Employment: A guide designed to assist students searching for internships in Big Data, along with tools that can help them maximize an internship opportunity. The guide to Big Data Internships is provided by Discover Data Science.

New search tool!

Pathways to Search 1,500 STEM programs and funding opportunities nationwide. Check out our webinars and professional development materials. Students can find summer research listings on this site.

For even more search options and filters, try our advanced search page.
If students need help finding programs that fit their interests, please email me at and I would be happy to search our database of programs and send you recommendations.

The Molecular and Cellular Biology (MCB) graduate program at Virginia Tech offers students the opportunity for PhD studies in four broad categories: Cellular Signaling and Cancer, Inflammation and Immunity, Microbology, and Neurobiology.  MCB provides career development opportunities, leadership skills, teaching opportunities, and grant writing workshops to complement rigorous scientific training, providing each student the opportunity for career placement and success. For more information and how to apply:

Computer science is a growing field that has incredible career opportunities. Our guide focuses on helping minority students on why they should consider getting into the field, exploring different computer science programs and colleges, and what to look for in a computer science degree. Explore areas of computer science, career options, coding guides (including Java, C#, Python, etc.), scholarships, and more.

Search tool for summer research opportunities, scholarships, graduate school fellowships and more! Pathways to provides info about approximately 1,500 STEM programs and funding opportunities nationwide, in addition to webinars and professional development materials.

New Opportunity!

MUNI is a NanoEarth signature initiative. With only 11% of underrepresented people working in science and engineering jobs, MUNI strives to provide an opportunity for inspiring those groups to pursue nanoscience degrees and careers. MUNI provides access to and training opportunities on state-of-the-art nanoscience-relevant instrumentation, as well as nano-synthesis and processing laboratories, for underrepresented professionals and students. For students, MUNI serves all academic levels, from K-12, to community college students, to students in four-year programs and even graduate school.   

Centrally located in the mid-Atlantic region, MUNI is able to accommodate nationwide. An easily manageable day’s drive (seven hours or less) to Blacksburg, Virginia includes cities such as Atlanta and Columbia to the south, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, and Columbus to the northwest, Cleveland and Pittsburgh to the north, and Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Philadelphia to the northeast. An additional two hours of travel, includes northern Florida and New York. MUNI covers travel costs and usage fees to all its facilities. MUNI participants will also get a chance to interface with a variety of professors and gain valuable insight into the field of nanoscience and nanotechnology, especially as it relates to Earth and environmental science.

New Research Tool

Students, faculty and advisors can now search for opportunities in real-time using this database tool. There are two separate search tools - one for undergraduate and one for graduate students. Check it out!

New search tool!

Data Science Programs Guide: A resource providing information about Data Science related degree programs and careers.

Deadline: Ongoing

Spring, Summer, Fall in various locations
Complete a single application and make your data accessible to more than 100 companies simultaneously! Eligibility Requirements: at least 18 years of age; attending a Virginia university, college, or community college; Virginia residents attending accredited out-of-state colleges may also apply; should be taking at least six credit hours per semester and making demonstrated progress towards a STEM degree; completed at least 30 hours of post-secondary education credits; rising sophomore to graduated senior; STEM major; U.S. citizen or permanent resident; 2.7 GPA. Download flyer here.

New Research Tool

Overview: The Científico Latino Project comes from a drive to increase the pool of minority scientists and professionals by creating a platform where everyone—regardless of ethnicity, gender, or immigration status—has equal access to fellowship and scholarship opportunities, and the chance to learn from their peers to becoming successful STEM professionals and other related fields.  The project provides an online listing of REUs and have been organizing interactive workshops to let undergrads know certain information about REUs. The project is supported by faculty, undergraduate and graduate students from a variety of universities including Yale.
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