Applications are now open for our NSF funded Research Experience
for Undergraduate (REU) program, Models in Evolution, Ecology and
Systematics. The program will take place May 22-July 28 2017 in the
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of
Kansas. In this ten week program, students will participate in mentored,
independent research and receive training in research support skills.
“Models” is broadly interpreted to include not only building of
theoretical models, but also testing of models (empirical work). More
information on projects is available at http://eebreu.ku.edu.
Students will be provided with a generous stipend, housing and meals,
and travel to the program. Review of applications begins February 15,
2017 and will continue until all positions are filled. Students must
have completed one semester of college level work (including community
college), must plan to be enrolled in an undergraduate program during
the fall of 2017, and be US citizens or permanent residents. Biology,
math and computer science majors are encouraged to apply.
Former students have been highly successful at continuing on to graduate
school and obtaining the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship. Review of
applications begins February 15 and will continue until all positions
are filled. Questions may be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.