2013 CEFNS Undergraduate Research and Design Symposium
Watch for the announcement of the April 2014 symposium.
Please visit the CEFNS UGRADS page here for all our current information.
Research experience begins in the classroom and extends to large research initiatives. Check out the research opportunities listed below for possible ways you can become involved in research.
NAU/NASA SPACE GRANT UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH INTERNSHIP PROGRAM - Application deadline March 15, 2013
The NAU/NASA Space
Grant program is currently accepting applications from students and their
mentors for the 2013-2014 Undergraduate Research Internship Program (UGRIP)
through March 15, 2013 (Friday before Spring Break). As NASA’s intent is
to foster the research experience, there are no a priori limitations on the
research topic. It is helpful, however, if some connection to NASA’s
broad interests can be made. To learn more about
the program and/or how to apply online, please go to the following link -
ON GOING OPPORTUNITIES
MGGen (Microbial Genetic and Genomics Institute) typically has several research undergraduate student positions open throughout the year. You may submit an MGGen undergraduate employment application anytime. It will be reviewed by MGGen staff and interviews will be scheduled as needed.
ERI (Ecological Restoration Institute) offers several unique programs and opportunities in the field of ecological restoration, including full-time research positions in the summer and a paid independent senior project. To learn more about becoming an ERI undergraduate researcher, click here: ERI Undergraduate Research Assistant
Faculty research interests
A great way to find research opportunities is to talk with faculty studying your area(s) of interest. Check out the Faculty Research Interest pages below to find your area(s) of interest then contact that faculty member directly to explore current research options.
CHEMISTRY & BIOCHEMISTRY
CIVIL & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS
PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY