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2019 Summer Research Experiences (SRE) at NIMBioS for Undergraduates

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The 2019 NIMBioS Research Experiences (SRE) for Undergraduates will be held June 3 - July 26, 2019 at NIMBioS on the campus of the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Participants from all over the country work in teams with NIMBioS postdocs and UT faculty on research at the interface of mathematics and biology. Undergraduates receive free university apartment-style housing, a stipend of $4100, and up to $650 of support for travel to/from Knoxville.

Who may apply?
Students enrolled in an undergraduate program and not scheduled to graduate prior to August 1, 2019 may apply. International students enrolled at undergraduate institutions within the U.S. are welcome. Applicants must be U.S. Citizens, U.S. Permanent Residents, or students on a visa status that allow them to work in the U.S. for this paid internship program (no exceptions). NIMBioS is committed to promoting diversity in all its activities. Diversity is considered in all its aspects, social and scientific, including gender, ethnicity, scientific field, career stage, geography and type of home institution.

Deadline to apply: February 11, 2019

How to apply: Coming soon!

2019 Projects: Coming soon!

Questions? Check our SRE Frequently Asked Questions page.

Related Links

Main SRE page

For further information about the program, please contact:
     Greg Wiggins, Education and Outreach Coordinator, NIMBioS (Email: wiggybug_at_nimbios.org) or
     Dr. Suzanne Lenhart, Associate Director for Education and Outreach, NIMBioS (Email: slenhart@utk.edu).



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