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Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR) Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowships

The Undergraduate Research Summer Fellowship Program of the Council on Undergraduate Research provides support for a seminal experience in the life of an undergraduate natural or social science, mathematics, or engineering student. Fellowships provide ten weeks of research with a faculty mentor on the student’s home campus. The student and mentor apply jointly. Research projects are conducted during the summer between the junior and senior years. Award opportunities may be restricted to certain academic areas, depending on available funding. Only one proposal per faculty mentor will be accepted. Faculty mentor must not have been awarded a CUR summer fellowship in the previous year.

Academic Level: 
Undergraduate
Field(s) of Study: 
Humanities
Social Sciences
Law and Diplomacy
Purpose: 
Competition
Internship
Nomination Required: 
Yes