Late-Breaking Job Opportunities
- John Hopkins University - Center for Talented Youth
Summer employment as an Instructor or Teaching Assistant with the Center for Talented Youth (CTY) summer programs.
CTY offers challenging academic programs for highly talented elementary, middle, and high school students from across the country and around the world. We are currently seeking highly motivated and qualified candidates to work in our summer programs. Information regarding employment and our summer programs can be found at www.cty.jhu.edu/summer/employment.
Why teach for CTY? Opportunity to teach motivated and talented students a subject they love. Limited class size (maximum of 18 students) ensures a low student-teacher ratio. All classes are taught by both an instructor and teaching assistant. Opportunity to work in an environment with colleagues who share similar interests. Competitive salary plus room and board at our residential sites (located on both east and west coasts). Science instructors are allotted a generous lab budget. We offer a wide range of science courses. Individuals with a background in chemistry may be interested in these Chemistry-related courses: Fast-Paced High School Chemistry, Crystals and Polymers, Chemistry in Society, The Edible World, Examining the Evidence. For more information about these positions, site locations, program dates, and access to our online employment application, please see our website, http://cty.jhu.edu/summer/employment, or contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 410-735-6185.
- Merck Research Laboratories in Boston
a global research-driven pharmaceutical company dedicated to putting patients first. Improve the properties of lead drug candidates through the design and synthesis of new matter, working closely with their laboratory manager and in collaboration with colleagues in Biology, Pharmacology and Drug Metabolism, Associate Scientists will help prepare new compounds with the goal of identifying small molecule drug candidates for clinical development. This position requires the mastery of techniques associated with modern laboratory synthesis, purification and characterization of organic compounds and sincere dedication to scientific rigor. Qualifications: Candidates must have a B.S. or M.S. degree in Chemistry or a related field and direct experience with organic synthesis. Strong problem-solving and troubleshooting skills are required along with relevant research experience within academia and/or the pharmaceutical/biotech industry. Successful Associate Scientists need to function effectively within multidisciplinary teams and possess outstanding communication skills. All Merck scientists have the opportunity to discuss their work with colleagues and present their results at project meetings. We offer an excellent salary and an industry-ranked benefits program, including tuition reimbursement, work-life balance initiatives and developmental programs at all levels. Merck’s retirement package includes a pension plan and one of the best 401(k) plans in the nation. To apply, please visit www.merckboston.com and search for job number # CHE001030, or contact Jason D. Katz, Ph.D., senior research chemist, phone 617-992-2057 or email: email@example.com Merck is an equal opportunity employer, M/F/D/V – proudly embracing diversity in all of its manifestations.
Oak Ridge Associated Universities Internships - This internship program provides opportunities of qualified undergraduate and first year graduate students to receive hands-on experience in a real-world setting that prepares them to become part of tomorrow's workforce. Eligibility - Students entering their junior or senior year and a U.S. citizen. Location - Oak Ridge Associated Universities located in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Other locations could include: Washington, D.C., Maryland, Colorado, or California. Duration - approximately 10 weeks. How to apply http://www.orau.org/jobs
- Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Research Specialist in Cell Biology/Neuroscience in cell biology/neuroscience lab. Responsibilities include assisting in the design, development, and conduct of research projects and maintenance of lab equipment. Responsibilities may also involve collection and analysis of data, as well as writing up and presenting data. Bachelor's degree in a related field of study: i.e. Biology, Bioengineering, Chemistry, Psychology, etc. laboratory research experience preferred. For more information email Lee Ligon, Ph.D. at firstname.lastname@example.org or apply online at rpijobs.rpi.edu.
- Medical R & D arena
A rapidly growing New York-based research group that is pursuing an ambitious, long-term strategy aimed at fundamentally transforming the process of drug discovery. Backgrounds in Computational Chemistry, Applied Mathematics, Computer Science, Biology or Physics desired. Some of their projects will include application of statistical mechanics to biomolecular systems, computation of protein-ligand binding affinities and Monte Carlo simulation. All candidates for these positions must show exceptional intellectual ability and a demonstrated track record of achievement. A well-above market compensation to candidates of truly exceptional ability. This development firm has in excess of $17 billion in aggregate capital. If interest contact me at ESearch1@aol.com, or (518) 384-2036, Mark A. Quinn, Execusearch.
- Prevalere Life Sciences, Inc
Immediate openings for chemists in a pharmaceutical laboratory (Utica, NY area). Entry-Level Chemists: BS/BA Chemistry degree required. Perform a variety of analytical procedures on candidate pharmaceutical products in research and development. Experienced Chemists: BS/BA/MS Chemistry and LC/GC or LC/MS/MS experience required. Perform analysis on candidate pharmaceutical products in research and development; or act as study director for pharmaceutical analytical projects. Prevalere Life Sciences, Inc. is a growing contract analytical laboratory serving the pharmaceutical industry. The mission of Prevalere is to provide high quality, innovative, timely, and personalized analytical and consulting services to meet the evolving needs of the pharmaceutical and the biotechnology/biologics industries. Prevalere offers employees an intellectually and personally satisfying work experience with a fair living salary and a competitive benefit package. Send resume to: Human Resources Department, Prevalere Life Sciences, Inc., 8282 Halsey Road, Whitesboro, NY 13492, (315) 736-3050 or Fax (315) 736-2460 or e-mail email@example.com.
- General Electric Global Research Center
June W Klimash, PhD, Manager. In vivo Molecular Imaging Laboratory at the GE Biosciences Global Technology Organization in Niskayuna, NY is looking to hire several BS level biologists. Students should send their resumes to General Electric Global Research Center,One Research Circle, Niskayuna, New York 12309 518-387-6179 (phone), 518-387-7611 (fax) or email to:firstname.lastname@example.org
- A local employer has notified the Becker Career Center of two internship opportunities you may be interested in: Edison Labs is located near Union College at 301 Nott Street in Schenectady. Within walking distance of the college. The project is to synthesize mono-disperse silica nanoparticles using a solution chemistry technique and to characterize the synthetic process to provide predictive control of particle size and distribution. Future goals are to assemble/construct process equipment for a small-scale continuous process to produce nanoparticles. If initial work is successful, the goals will be expanded to synthesize core-shell particles with bio-technology relevant core materials such as MR contrast agents and shell coatings capable of conjugation with biologically active molecules. Successful candidates will have completed organic chemistry lecture and laboratory courses with preference given to chemistry and chemical engineering students.
For additional information and to apply see eRecruiting, Judi Gordon, Experiential Education Specialist, Union College, Becker Career Center.
- Summer Research in Chemistry
Work with a faculty sponsor in any field. About 30 - 40 fellowships given campus wide each summer. Applications available in the Associate Dean's Office (S&E S100) and due the beginning of March. Check with the other individual departments (Biology, Geology, Mathematics, Physics and Psychology) for information. For more information contact Dean Rosenthal's office.
Summer Fellowships Opportunities
- Merck internship
The online application deadline for Summer Internships is February 15th. Students can explore these paid opportunities at: http://www.merck.com/careers/university/internships.html by clicking "Search for Jobs," then "University Opportunities."
- UNCF/MERCK SCIENCE INITIATIVE
Science Scholarships and Fellowships - The UNCF/Merck Science Initiative is an innovative approach that creates opportunities in the biological, chemical and engineering sciences for African American students throughout the country. Undergraduate - Scholarships up to $25,000. A paid summer internship at a Merck facility with a stipend totaling more than $5,000. Mentoring and networking opportunities. Eligibility: College juniors, science or engineering majors, 3.3 GPA. Graduate - Fellowships up to $53,500. Mentoring and networking opportunities, Eligibility: Ph.D. or equivalent degree candidates engaged in dissertation research in the biological, chemical or engineering fields. Postdoctoral - Fellowships up to $92,000. Mentoring and networking opportunities. Eligibility: Ph.D. or equivalent degree recipients in the biological or chemical research fields. Apply on-line http://umsi.uncf.org submit by December 1, 2010.
- American Cancer Society
The Fuller Fellowship offers undergraduate students the opportunity to participate in laboratory research with accomplished investigators and receive a stipend of $4,000. Upon selection, Fellows are placed in labs at leading New England research institutions, such as teaching hospitals, universities, and medical schools. 10-week program. Applicants must be residents of New England (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, or VT) and enrolled in a four-year undergraduate program, which may be outside of New England, Sophomores and juniors are eligible, with favorable weighting given to those with advanced science course work, lab still and interest in research required. To apply: request and application by emailing email@example.com, or download application from www.cancer.org, or write to: American cancer society, Kathy O'Connor, Director of Cancer Prevention, 30 Speen Street, Framingham, MA 01701.
- Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas
Each fellowship award carries with it $4,000 in support for the 10-week period beginning June 6, 2011 through August 12, 2011. This support is taxable and is the mechanism used by the university to pay SURF students for their training. If a fellow requires housing, the costs will be covered by the program; however, fellows are responsible for paying for theri own travel expenses and will not be reimbursed by the SURF Program. Complete details about the SURF program can be found at www.utsouthwestern.edu/SURF/. Completed applications should be submitted by February 9, 2011.
Other Web Sites which Compile Lists of Opportunities
- Each year, the ACS publishes a Directory of Experience Opportunities, which contains information about (1) summer research programs at universities, national labs, and companies, and (2) other types of student work experiences (internships, co-ops, etc.) related to science. The 2006 Directory of Experience Opportunities is now available for on-line access at the following address: http://chemistry.org/education/epic. You can search by area of interest (ex: biochemistry, mass media/communications, forensic sciences), geographic region, and/or type of program.
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program funds many college and university programs for summer undergraduate research in all fields. For a comprehensive list of sites check here. Deadlines are generally the beginning of March.
- Applied Pharmaceutical Research, Inc.
In Middleburgh, NY is developing a new way of extraction of natural products. We are seeking a highly motivated technical person with some experience in analytical and bench chemistry. This work will be focus in analytical methods development and analytical methods validation. The candidate may need some knowledge in GC, HPLC and HPLC/MS. He/she will be responsible for ensuring GMP compliance during product development, clinical batch production and commercial processing of API. Computer skill is required. Competitive salary commensurate with experience. This is a part time job with possibility to become a full time. For confidential consideration please send your resume to: Applied Pharmaceutical Research, P.O. Box 500, Middleburgh, NY, 12122 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Fax: 518-827-7149
- American Chemical Society CareerNet Meeting
CareerNet is a committee of the local section devoted to helping members advance their careers and find local employment within the Chemical and Chemical Engineering professions. As a self help group, we give each other encouragement and practical advice about resumes and cover letters, interviewing techniques and the local job scene. We have information about the wide variety of career services offer by the ACS national organization and by other institutions. We have support from the National ACS organization to put on programs that include mock interview sessions and seminars reviewing job hunting techniques and the local employment scene.
For further information, please contact Susan Hayes (home phone: 785-1879; work phone: 276-2112; e-mail: email@example.com or Anatoli Kogan (387-5568, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
- The American Chemical Society (ACS) has developed " a comprehensive online career and employment site exclusively for the chemical sciences community" at http://www.jobspectrum.org
- Immediate openings for BS Chemistry Graduates
Analytical Chemist positions in Pharmaceutical Lab (Utica, NY area). Entry-Level Chemists: BS Chemistry required. Perform a variety of analytical procedures on candidate pharmaceutical products in research and development. Experienced Chemists: BS Chemistry and LC/GC or LC/MS/MS experience required. Perform analysis on candidate pharmaceutical products in research and development; or perform as study director for pharmaceutical analytical projects. PREVALERE LABORATORY INC. is a growing contract analytical laboratory serving the pharmaceutical industry. Prevalere is composed of two modern laboratory buildings with cutting-edge instrumentation. Prevalere offers the employee an intellectually and personally satisfying work experience with a fair living salary and a competitive benefit package. Send resume to: Human Resources Department, Prevalere Life Sciences, Inc., 8282 Halsey Road, Whitesboro, NY 13492, (315) 736-3050, FAX: (315) 736-9321, Lschrader@prevalere.com.
- Schenectady International
Temporary, full-time job opening for a Chemist. The candidate should have either a BS in chemistry or a two year Science degree with experience working in a chemical laboratory. The individual will perform projects at the direction of a supervisor and must be able to work in a team environment. The candidate should be familiar with handling chemicals and setting up and running chemical reactions on a laboratory scale. Experience with analytical instrumentation is not necessary but the candidate will become familiar with analytical tools and performing analysis of chemical reactions as part of their job. This position is temporary, 40 hrs./week, 7:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M., at Schenectady International, 2750 Balltown Road, Schenectady, NY. Please send resume to: Sharon Olshefsky, Human Resources Specialist, Schenectady International, Inc., 2750 Balltown Road, Schenectady, NY 12309
- Merck Research Lab
Positions available in the Analytical Research Department at the Rahway, New Jersey site. The focus of this group is analytical method development in support of synthetic process development utilizing a broad range of analytical techniques and instrumentation (e.g. HPLC, GC, chiral LC, spectroscopy, SFC, and wet chemistry). Chemist/Staff Chemist - The successful candidate will have strong academic records, demonstrated laboratory skills, interest in analytical chemistry and 0 - 5 years of industrial experience. All candidates must possess strong communication and interpersonal skills and have the ability to work in an interdisciplinary team environment. Experience in synthetic chemistry, chromatography or wet chemistry is desirable. The candidate for Chemist/Staff Chemist will have a B.S./M.S. degree in Chemistry with zero to four years experience. Merck Research Laboratories, a division of Merck & Company Inc., is located approximately 25 miles from New York City. Our salaries, benefits and growth potential are excellent. Interested candidates should send resume and cover letter to Maria Ferrentino, Merck & Co., Inc., P.O. Box 2000, RY818-B205, Rahway, NJ 07065 or by e-mail to: Maria_Ferrentino@merck.com.
- GE Global Research is looking for BS Chemists
The GE Research and Development Center in Niskayuna, NY serves all of GE's businesses, making us one of the world's most technologically diverse R&D facilities.The PSCT (Polymer and Specialty Chemical Technologies) group at Global Research is focused on the development of new products and improved chemical processes. Emphasis is placed on applying fundamental chemistry & chemical engineering principles and design for six sigma methodologies to develop or optimize processes. PSCT currently has an opportunity for a BS level chemist to contribute to cutting edge technology in a fast-paced, team environment. This individual will be primarily doing synthetic chemistry and will have the opportunity to assist in the discovery and development of new materials for GE businesses.
Key skill areas include Organic, Polymer and Materials Synthesis, Polymer Processing (extrusion compounding, molding, and Theology), Film and Coatings Development, and Chemical Reaction Engineering. Candidates with research experience are preferred. This is an entry-level position for a BS chemist. Self-motivation, ability to work in teams, and strong communications and interpersonal skills are essential for success. Prefer candidates that have done undergraduate summer programs or senior research projects that involved organic synthesis. Prior experience at using various spectroscopic and chromatographic instruments is a plus. If you would like to be considered, forward your resume (preferably via email) to:Vicki Watkins, GE Global Research, K1-4A39,1 Research Circle, Niskayuna, NY 12309, 518 387-6954, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Albany Molecular Research, Inc. is a leading research, drug discovery and development company built on a chemistry platform of comprehensive and integrated technologies, resources and capabilities. The company conducts pharmaceutical research and development with many leading pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies and for its own internal discovery programs.
We currently have a number of scientific positions available for candidates with a B.S. or M.S. in chemistry or related field. A"Career Opportunities" posting, which offers a brief summary of available positions plus additional information about AMRI and its career opportunities can be found online at our website: http://www.albmolecular.com.
- Pfizer has several job openings in drug metabolism and in organic chemistry. Pfizer recruits talented MS and BS synthetic organic chemists for a variety of challenging full-time positions in our three world-class pharmaceutical research and development sites in the United States . . . New London and Groton, CT on the east coast; Ann Arbor and Holland, MI, in the mid-west; and La Jolla, CA on the west coast. To answer your question I would say we are interested in both. We have openings currently but even some or most of these will go to students graduating in May. Furthermore we will probably have positions opening up throughout the year due to attrition (people going back to school or transfers). The typical hire has at least some independent study experience beyond sophomore organic. Hope this helps check out our recruiting web site http://www.pfizerrdgrad.com/
- Prevalere Life Sciences
Immediate openings for BS Chemistry graduates, Analytical chemist positions in a pharmaceutical lab. Send resume to email@example.com. http://www.prevalere.com
- Merck Research Laboratories
BS/MS chemists for the Rahway, NJ facility for analytical chemistry. http://www.merck.com/mrl/research/areas/anres.html
- Chemistry REU Program, Department of Chemistry, The Pennsylvania State University invites highly motivated undergraduate chemistry and biochemistry majors to participate in chemistry research. Students will work for ten weeks in energy-related chemical research with an outstanding group of research mentors conducting an independent project. In addition to a generous
stipend, we will provide convenient and comfortable on-campus housing and reimbursement for travel costs. Women and minorities are especially encouraged to apply. Research Experience for Undergraduates The Chemistry of Energy Research
Penn State – Summer 2011 Important Dates: Application Deadline: March 1, 2011 Summer research: June 1 – August 5, 2011 Contact Information: Chemistry REU Program c/o The Department of Chemistry The Pennsylvania State University 104 Chemistry Building University Park, PA 16802 Phone: 814-865-4543 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, NY is recruiting highly qualified students for graduate fellowship positions for the 2009-2010 academic year. They offer a competitive stipend (currently $21,514 per year) with a full waiver of tution. Students may browse either the BMS Program web site (http://www.upstate.edu/grad) or the departmental web site (http://www.upstate.edu/biochem/) and request further information or an application.
- The University of Akron has an REU Site in Polymer Science.
The College of Polymer Science and Polymer Engineering offers a competitive summer research experience for undergraduate (REU) students. Students will participate in a 12-week summer internship to investigate a fundamental question within the broad disciplines of polymer science and polymer engineering including chemistry, physics, characterization, and biomaterials. Each week, all interns will participate in research activities, a career development activity, discussions outlining their research progress, and a visit to a regional company or national laboratory. The summer will culminate with an oral or poster presentation of each intern’s research results at the Northeast Ohio NSF-REU Undergraduate Research Conference. Stipends for Summer 2010 (12 weeks) are $7,000. The internships are sponsored by the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company and The University of Akron. Dates for the internship program are May 17, 2010 - August 6, 2010, unless arranged otherwise.Deadline: Submit Application Materials by MARCH 1, 2010. Awards will be announced beginning March 15, 2010 and will continue until all positions are filled. Apply: Interested students should send:Application form. Letter of application clearly stating field of interest, Copy of transcripts, Two letters of reference. Letters should be from an easily-contacted professor or supervisor who has knowledge of the student's scientific skills. Send questions and/or application materials to: Ms. Melissa Bowman (330-972-7532) email@example.com, The University of Akron, Department of Polymer Science Akron, Ohio 44325-3909, Attn: Summer Internships
- REU at Duke University - Bioinformatics and Phylogenetics
The Department of Biology at Duke University invites applications for seven positions in an undergraduate research program in Bioinformatic and Phylogenetic Approaches to the Study of Plant and Fungal Biodiversity. Applications to participate in Bioinformatics and Phylogenetics will be accepted from sophomore and junior undergraduates. The focus of the ten-week summer program will be a full time research project with an integrated research team of graduate students and a faculty mentor in the Department of Biology. The seven faculty who will serve as mentors this summer have active research programs ranging from the Tree of Life initiative to reconstructing species-level genealogies, and within species and population-level genomic-based biology of plants and fungi. The research environment at Duke offers state-of-the-art facilities, including world-class research collections of plants and fungi, a diverse living reference collection of plants and cultures of fungi and algae, the Duke Biology Genetic Analysis Facility, and the experimental setting provided by the Duke Forest, including the Forest-Atmosphere Carbon Transfer and Storage (FACTS-I) site and the Mycological Observatory. Three types of activities will enrich the participants' ten-week research experience: (1) a two-day orientation; (2) a twice-weekly 3) a research forum for presenting the summer's results and conclusions. The intention is to provide a supportive environment to the students as they progress through the summer, as well as to reinforce the image of science as an interactive enterprise. Duke University has a history of successful undergraduate summer research programs, especially those that provide training experiences for women and minorities. For further information and application materials, please contact Dr. Paul Manos at firstname.lastname@example.org or (919) 660-7358, or visit http://www.biology.duke.edu/reu
- The National Science Foundation
Research Experiences for Undergraduates, sponsored by Columbia University, is looking for outstanding students to be Summer Research Fellows this summer. The program provides a $3000 stipend, free campus housing, and possible assistance with round-trip transportation. Those selected will have an opportunity to participate fully in the activities of one of the nation's outstanding new interdisciplinary Materials Research Science and Engineering Centers. For more information log onto eRecruiting (contact the CDC on Union's campus at X6167 for information about eRecruiting).
- A summer undergraduate research opportunity in environmental chemistry is available at the University of Oklahoma School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science. A competitive stipend and an allowance for housing, food, and travel are included. Complete information can be obtained from the following web site: (<http://coecs.ou.edu/Elizabeth.C.Butler/>), or by contacting Dr. Liz Butler at 405-325-3606 or email@example.com.
- University of Rochester
Department of Pharmacology and Physiology Summer Research program.
- University of Rochester
NSF Summer Undergraduate Chemistry Program and at Strong Memorial Hospital. (716) 275-4224 (Prof. Krugh) or (716) 275-8286 (Prof. Weston) E-mail: Weston@chem.rochester.edu
- NSF Research Description - Undergraduate Summer Research Program
In the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.
- A summer undergraduate research opportunity in environmental chemistry is available at the University of Oklahoma School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science. A competitive stipend and an allowance for housing, food, and travel are included. Complete information can be obtained from the following web site: (http://coecs.ou.edu/Elizabeth.C.Butler), or by contacting Dr. Liz Butler at 405-325-3606 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The University of Florida is pleased to announce that our US/France Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Site has been renewed by the National Science Foundation. This site provides summer research opportunities for undergraduates, typically after the 3rd or 4th year, in world-class chemistry-related research laboratories in Paris, Strasbourg, Bordeaux, and other excellent locations across France. French language skills are not required. http://www.chem.ufl.edu/~reu/
- University of Pittsburgh
Offers a research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Projects are available in all areas of the chemical sciences, including analytical, bioorganic, inorganic, organic, and physical chemistry. The program runs for 10 weeks from June through August. A competitive stipend, free housing, and other benefits will be provided to each of the 10 undergraduate participants. Full details, including project descriptions, dates, application materials, and previous years'data, can be found on the department's web site: www.chem.pitt.edu (select Undergraduates, then Research). or contact Deb Hunt by voice mail: 412-624-8203 or e-mail: email@example.com.
- University of Utah
Biological Chemistry, Molecular Biology - The fellowship amount is $22,000. plus a $1,000. starting allocation for the year. Despite the relatively low cost of living at Utah, the fellowship usually undergoes a significant annual increase. Additionally tuition waivers and health insurance are provided to all students accepted to our Programs. We have a website for our Programs. Some of the information includes faculty interests, curriculum, core facilities, community calendar, and admission and application forms. You can even apply via the web! http://www.bioscience.utah.edu, University of Utah, Molecular Biology Program, Biological Chemistry Program, MD/PhD Program, 15 N. 2030 E., E1HG 533 Room 1400, Salt Lake city, Utah 84112-5330, phone: 801-581-5207, fax: 801-585-2465 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Northern Illinois University
Graduate Studies in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry - Analytical, Biochemistry, Inorganic, Organic, Physical. For more information visit us on the web at http://www.chembio.niu.edu, or call: 815-753-1131 or email: email@example.com.
- North Carolina State University
Juniors and Senior undergraduate students to apply to the National Science Foundation sponsored summer REU program. The program will provide opportunities for undergraduate students to gain experience with cutting-edge chemical research, with emphasis on the fields of materials and life sciences, as well as cross-cutting areas of Analytical, Inorganic, Organic, and Physical Chemistry. Every participant will receive a generous stipend of $4,000 for the 10-week program. In addition, support for both housing and meals are provided, as well as up to $300 in travel costs for transportation to and from the program site. For more information, or to apply on the web: www.ncsu.edu/chemistry/chemreu/index.html or contact Prof. Lin He at Lin_He@ncsu.edu 919-515-2993 or Prof. Paul Maggard Paul_Maggard@ncsu.edu 919-515-3616 or Ms. Brenda Burgess Brenda_Burgess@ncsu.edu 919-515-8902. Or mail to: Attn: 2006 REU Program, Department of Chemistry, North Carolina State University, CB 8204, Raleigh, NC 27695.
- University of Southern California: Department of Chemistry is offering summer research opportunities. The ten-week program is an opportunity for students to conduct research in residence in our Chemistry Department. Participants will receive a $3500 stipend as well as housing, meals, medical coverage, and travel costs. If interested you must be a Sophomore or Junior who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents may apply online by visiting: http://chem.usc.edu/reu.html
- Undergraduate Summer Scholarships in Polymer Science
(715) 346-3703 or write to: POLYED National Information Center, Department of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Stevens Point, WI 54481
- New, this year, there is a chemistry REU site that is like no other. It involves six chemists at six undergraduate institutions, all doing research in the same field (synthesis of theoretically interesting molecules (TIM)). Participants will be part of both a local team and a broader group involving all six faculty and their students. The larger group will meet three times during the summer, including one at the Reaction Mechanisms Conference in Columbus, Ohio. At these meetings students and faculty will discuss their projects with input from one of the experts in the field. Please encourage your students to apply for this unique experience. The TIM website is at http://www.trincoll.edu/depts/chem/toms/REUsite/frames
- Pfizer Internships at their research sites in Groton, CT; La Jolla, CA; and Ann Arbor, MI.
- Energy Research at Brookhaven Labs
- University of Minnesota
Chemistry Summer Research - Web site: http://www.chem.umn.edu/lando/
- University of Michigan National Science Foundation Research for Undergraduates
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or http://www.umich.edu/~reuchem. Application deadline February 15, 2008.
- Syracuse University REU Program in Chemistry
(315) 443-1903. E-mail: email@example.com or http://chemistry.syr.edu/reu/
- Summer Research - San Jose, California
Stipends are available for a ten-week summer program of collaborative academic/industrial research in the chemistry and engineering of information technology related materials, sponsored by the National Science Foundation. Detailed and updated project descriptions can be found on the web at http://www.almaden.ibm.com/st/info/sutdentopps/NSFopps/. Duration: 10 consecutive weeks, to accommodate academic schedule. Stipend: Students receive $4500. for 10 weeks. Non-local participants are housed in SJSU housing free of charge and are eligible for partial reimbursement of travel expenses. Application forms may be downloaded from http://www.almaden.ibm.com/st/info/studentopps/nsfstudent/NSFapplic.html. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or voice: 408-927-1605 or fax 408-927-3310.
- The University of Arizona - REU Program
Research programs in Analytical, Biological, Inorganic materials, Organic, Physical. Program Highlights: 10-week program, June - August, housing and food allowance, 6 university credits can be earned, travel assistance available, university recreational facilities pass included, women and members of under-represented minorities are particularly encouraged to apply. Financial Support: Earn $3,500. NSR-REU funded stipend. For more information: www.chem.arizona.edu/REU or write to: REU Program, Department of chemistry, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721 or email: email@example.com.
- University of Texas at Dallas
Graduate Studies in Chemistry - Competitive Financial Package. Nobel Laureate Dr. Alan MacDiarmid. For more information: chemistry.utdallas.edu, phone: 800-324-3614, Department of Chemistry, The University of Texas at Dallas, PO Box 830688, Richardson, TX 75083-9679
- Cornell University - Summer Research
The Cornell center for Materials Research is offering a summer program with a stipend and additional funds for travel. During the ten-week program, students will work with Cornell faculty on interdisciplinary materials research projects involving chemistry, physics, materials science and engineering disciplines. Students will also participate in an organized program of lectures, mini-courses (e.g. electronics, microscopy), laboratory visits and a variety of recreational activities. Minority and female candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. All physical science and engineering majors are welcome to apply. For more detailed information: http://www.ccmr.cornell.edu/reu.
- NNIN - Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Research Experience for Undergraduates Program. Explore exciting interdisciplinary opportunities in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at a leading university research center. The laboratories of the National Nanotechnology infrastructure Netowrk will conduct a joint REU program during the summer of 2011. Selected students will participate in a unique, highly coordinated research experience involving one of the many facetsof naotechnology at one of the NNIN Laboratories. Opportunities exist in all areas of the cuntry, across a broad range of science an dtechnology. Each project involves hands-on nanotechnology research with state-of-the-art equipment. Each student will work on an individual research project, with support from faculty, student mentors, and facility staf. At the end of the program, all participants will gather for a national research convocation on nanotechnology at one of the NNIN sites, where each student will present the results of his/her summer work. This will be the 15th summer of this highly successful program. Selection for this program is highly competitive. Application Deadline: February 9, 2011. This program includes the REU programs of the listed NNIN laboratories, supported by NNIN funds. Other separate nanotechnology REU programs, not affiliated with NNIN, may also be available. On-line application at http://www.nnin.org.
- Center on Polymer Interfaces and Macromolecular Assemblies
Summer Research Program at Stanford University
- Columbia University NSF-REU Program in Nanotechnology
- Analytical and Surface Chemistry of Materials at IBM ALMADEN RESEARCH CENTER/SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY, San Jose, California. Students must complete an application, write a resume, and provide an official transcript, plus get two letters of recommendation. Forms are available at http://www.almaden.ibm.com/st/info/studentopps/NSFapplic.html or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Argonne National Laboratory
Student Research Participation Program, Web site: http://www.dep.anl.gov
- Cornell Center for Materials Research
Research at Cornell materials research spans the gamut from theoretical physics and synthetic chemistry, to the design of engineering materials and fabrication of microelectronic devices. Research projects for all interests will be offered. Students will work with Cornell faculty on interdisciplinary materials research projects involving chemistry, physics, materials science and engineering disciplines. Students will also participate in an organized program of lectures, mini-courses (e.g. electronics, microscopy), laboratory visits and recreational activities. Students will be housed in an on-campus university owned residence.- (607) 255-4272 or E-mail: email@example.com or http://www.ccmr.cornell.edu/reu
- U. of Wisconsin - Madison
- Cold Spring Harbor Laboratories (Molecular Biology/Biochemistry) http://www.cshl.org/URPsite/URP.html
- Stowers Scholars Program Kansas City, Missouri
The Stowers Institute for Medical research is pleased to announce the Stowers Scholars Program for undergraduate science majors who will have completed 60 credit hours with at least a 3.5 GPA before start of the Program. This Program is an intensive 10-week summer research experience in a stimulating scientific environment. Located in the heart of Kansas City and under the supervision of world-class scientists, this is an exciting undergraduate opportunity for serious science students. Visit our website at http://www.stowers.org For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Proteomics Research Group at Youngstown State University has funding through the Collaborative Research at Undergraduate Institutions program at NSF to support six (6) undergraduate research fellows for a 10 week summer research experience. Under the supervision of three faculty in biology and chemistry, students will conduct research on the dimorphic fungus Penicillium marneffei using two-dimensional electrophoresis, gel image analysis, and mass spectrometry data analysis. Summer fellows with be provided with room and board, research course credit, as well as a $3000 stipend. Additional funds are also available for presentation of results at regional or national society meetings. Application materials are attached and additional information is available online at http://www.as.ysu.edu/%7eproteome/ Thomas D. Kim email@example.com phone: 330-941-7102 Associate Professor of Biochemistry fax: 330-941-1579 Department of Chemistry, Youngstown State University
- Boston University College of Engineering
Biomedical Engineering Research Experience for Undergraduates. (617) 353-6447 or (800)578-1223. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY
Undergraduate Research Program. (315) 464-4538. E-mail: Gradstud@mail.upstate.edu or http://www.upstate.edu/grad/
- Southwestern Texas Medical Center SURF Program
Summer undergraduate research fellowships - Quantitative and Physical sciences.
- Eppley Institute for Research in Cancer and Allied Diseases, Phone: (402) 559-4092
- Purdue University - Biochemistry - for more information visit us on the web at: www.biochem.purdue.edu.
- NASA Summer Research Opportunities:
One Stop Shopping initiative (OSSI) for Recruiting Interns, Fellows and Scholars. We are very excited about our collaboration with NASA on a great new initiative! Students may apply now to one of NASA's summer research opportunities on or before March 1, 2011. Through the agency's new Student On-Line Application for Recruiting Interns, Fellows and Scholars (SOLAR) System (http://intern.nasa.gov), undergraduate and graduate students in STEM fields can search and apply to a variety of NASA opportunities. Visit the SOLAR Launchpad at http://intern.nasa.gov. Through this website, students can register, complete one application, and apply to up to 15 specific research opportunities. We encourage qualified students to begin their application today. If you have questions or need assistance with completing your application, please call us at 1-800-231-9155 or email: nasaossi.uncfsp.org for assistance.
- Engineering Research Center for Mid-Infrared Technologies for Health and the Environment (MIRTHE)
Research Experience for Undergraduates 2011. Program runs from early June to mid-August. MIRTHE develops knowledge, technologies and engineering systems fro mid-infrared (3-30 um) spectroscopy and provides unprecedented optical and chemical trace gas sensing capabilities. MIRTHE advances mid-IR tunable Quantum Cascade lasers, detectors, and ultra-sensitive sensor systems and demonstrates specific applications through testbeds in environmental sensing, homeland security and medical diagnostics. Join students at 6 MIRTHE universities; Conduct cutting-edge hands-on research; Take part in short courses, field trips and social events; Present your research at the 2011 MIRTHE Summer Workshop in New Jersey; Receive a competitive stipend; Live on or near campus. to apply, go to: www.MIRTHECENTER.org official college transcript and one letter of recommendation to: MIRTHE 2010 REU; Princeton University; Attn. Roxanne Zellin; 70 prospect Ave.; Room 217; Princeton, NJ 08544
- University of Kentucky Center of Membrane Sciences
Undergraduate Research Experience in Functional Materials
- Clarkson University - School of Engineering
Summer Research experience for undergraduate in Nanoscale Materials Science and Engineering - Conduct materials research - Nanomaterials processing and process scale-up, nanoscale filtration, mechanics, particle science, biochemistry and electrochemistry, Metallic, magnetic, biological, polymeric, porous and structurally engineered materials. Stipend of $3,500, food and travel allowance, free housing, stimulating research environment, seminars and field trips on nanoscale systems and materials processing, opportunities for friendship and fun. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. For more info: www.clarkson.edu/mae/reu_nano.
- Johns Hopkins University: NSF Environmental Chemistry Program.
- Clarkson University McNair Scholarship Program
Summer Research program, 2.8 GPA, Soph or junior. Desire to pursue graduate education in sciences, engineering, or related field. June 6-July 29th, $2800.00 stipend, housing and meals. www.clarkson.edu/pipeline/programs/mcnair.html
- Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Summer Student fellowships. Candidates may be studying any of the fields of science, mathematics, or engineering. Fellowship recipients choose research projects with the guidance of WHOI ressearch staff and report on them at the end of the fellowship period. They also participate in a one-day practicum at sea. Further information and application forms: Academic Programs office, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, MS#31, 360 Woods Hole Road, Woods Hole, MA 02543-1541, (508) 289-2709, email: email@example.com, www.whoi.edu/education.
- SCA's Hudson Valley Conservation Corps
All internships are with the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation or the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), or other non-profits in the Hudson River Valley. Benefits: $160 per week living allowance and an additional month housing stipend of $360 (except where otherwise noted). Assistance with relocation expenses. Requirements: Valid US Driver's license, personal transportation and housing near internship placement. To apply: These positions can be either 3 months or 5 months in length. Please submit a letter of interest and resume indicating which internships you would like to be considered for, as well as the length of term that you can serve. Send materials to: HudsonValley@theSCA.org SCA Hudson Valley, PO Box 699, New Paultz, NY 12561, Fax: 845-255-6987. Please view the web site for locations.
- Smithsonian Institution Fellowships
Fellowships at the Smithsonian Institution provide students and scholars with opportunities to pursue independent research projects in association with members of the Smithsonian professional research staff. For more information on SI Fellowships please visit http://www.si.edu/ofg/
- Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Students with an interest in oceanography or marine science. (508) 289-2709. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or http://www.whoi.edu/education
- Society of Toxicology, for information contact email@example.com via email.
- Research & Discover Program at the University of New Hampshire
Interests in Earth Sciences to apply to this unique program. This program gives undergraduates a special chance to contribute to ground-breaking research in a supportive and innovative atmosphere.
- University of Georgia - Computational Quantum Chemistry
The Research Program at the Center for Computational Chemistry is designed to provide outstanding undergraduate chemistry, physics, and mathematics majors an opportunity to explore quantum chemistry at a world-class research institute. The program includes: completion of an independent research project under the guidance of a senior group member, abundant access to the Center's extensive computational resources, lectures in molecular quantum mechanics, and programming projects which introduce the implementation of quantum chemical methods and scientific programming. A monthly stipend of $2,000, as well as a travel stipend of $400. For additional information, visit: http://www.ccqc.uga.edu/summer or send email to: Summer@ccqc.uga.edu.
- CEMS Summer Program - Environmental Molecular Science
This program involves a collaboration between Stony Brook University and Brookhaven National Laboratory, both situated on eastern Long Island in New York. CEMS research is focused on understanding the mechanisms that govern the behavior of chemical contaminants in our environment. Students will spend ten weeks at Stony Brook working on projects related to environmental science. The student participants will experience most elements of a quality research environment, including data collection, analysis, and presentation of their results to other scientists along with fun group outings throughout the 10 weeks. We are close to beaches and only 11/2 hours from New York City. Financial Support $3,750 stipend, travel allowance up to $600, housing on the university campus. Eligibility: Undergraduate majoring in any of the physical sciences, completion of at least 60 credits, US citizen or permanent resident, interest in a research career in Earth Sciences, Physics, Chemistry, or Material Sciences. For more info visit the CEMS web site at www.cems.stonybrook.edu.
- Northwestern University - Nanoscale Science & Engineering Center (NSEC)
Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates in Nanotechnology. For more information and to get an application, visit: www.nsec.northwestern.edu/Reu.htm or call (847) 467-4862 or visit: firstname.lastname@example.org. 9-week program, $4,000.00 PLUS housing and travel, hands-on research project in nanotechnolgy related research, seminars, field trips, and workshops, open to undergraduates majoring in science or engineering who are US citizens or permanent residents, opportunities to enjoy the Chicago area.
- Institute for Cellular Engineering
- Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) for U.S. citizens or permanent residents interested in graduate school in bioengineering or the life sciences. Our program runs for approximately nine weeks - June 2, 2010 - July 31,2010, and students receive a stipend of $3,600. If funding allows, the program may also provide housing, meals and a stipend bonus of up to $500. to cover travel costs. Students also participate in a weekly seminar which educates them in the fundamentals of cellular engineering and provides professional development opportunities. Faculty coordinator: Professor Surita Bhatia, application deadline is February 16, 2010. Completed applications and supplemental materials should be sent to Shana Passonno, University of Massachusetts Amherst, Department of Chemical Engineering, 159 Goessmann Laboratory, Amherst, MA 01003, or email to: Passonno@ecs.umass.edu (email submissions are strongly preferred).
Last updated on: February 2011