The University of Kansas REU program in Lawrence, Kansas is an intensive 10-week summer research experience for curious and motivated undergraduates. Consider their program if you would like to apply your knowledge in a laboratory research setting and work toward a career that involves solving biological problems. The program receives funding from the National Science Foundation to cover the expenses of student participants, including housing, room and board, and travel.
Applications are due March 1.
- Mentored research in faculty laboratories of program participants in the Departments of Molecular Biosciences, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, and Computational Biology
- Professional development activities include group tutorials, guest speakers, computational workshops, communication skills workshops, and career development workshops.
- Room and board provided for you through University Housing
- Stipend $6,000
- Travel allowance
- No application fee