2022 Research Opportunities at Carleton

Though we of course are not certain that public health considerations will allow on-campus research to proceed this summer, as of now we hope that we will be able to offer research opportunities to students in the chemistry faculty members’ laboratories. With that in mind, we have put together a document and a presentation with additional details regarding what our plans for on-campus research at Carleton will look like this summer and how to apply. View a recording of the brief presentation about summer research from Friday, January 14. The video covers some basic information about research in the department and each faculty member who is taking students provides a brief description of their lab’s research. Enjoy!

More information about the research opportunities available this summer can be found in the Department’s Summer Research Document and in the video descriptions below

Summer 2022 Research Application

Resources for Carleton programs


Research Opportunities at Other Colleges and Universities

Information from the presentation Fall term Friday, November 12, 2021.

Since we don’t know what the Summer of 2022 will look like, we encourage you to apply to many programs!

There are literally hundreds of undergraduate research opportunities at various colleges and universities throughout the country. Many of these are open to general application from any undergraduate, even if you are not enrolled at their institution. The range of research areas in also enormous.

If you have a specific research interest, it is very likely that a research opportunity exists that you are eligible to apply for. Check out some of the links listed below to begin your search. There are many announcements posted in the Weekly Beaker, click the categories tab on the right for Summer Research. Volume 25 contains opportunities for Summer of 2022.

Databases of Off-Campus Research Opportunities

Specific Announcements

For the current academic year, specific research announcements can be found in The Weekly Beaker; search under the Summer Research category.