REU- University of Southern Mississippi

Polymer Innovation for a Sustainable Future at The University of Southern Mississippi School of Polymers Science and Engineering will be held in the summer of 2023 under National Science Foundation award DMR-1950387. The University of Southern Mississippi’s School of Polymer Science and Engineering is now accepting applications for our 2023 Summer REU Program. We are offering 10 weeks of valuable hands-on research experience in one of the nation’s top polymer science and engineering programs. Research areas include: Functional Polymeric Materials, Energy and Sustainability, Materials for Biology and Health, and High- Performance Polymers Composites and Coatings.
Benefits:
  • On campus housing
  • Limited travel budget
  • Team building activities and field trips

    Opportunity URL: https://www.usm.edu/polymer-science-engineering/nsf-research-experience-undergraduates-reu.php

    Undergraduate Position

    Qualifications

    Prospective REU participants must complete the online application.  We also require an updated college transcript, and two letters of recommendation sent directly to the department. No prior research experience is required. Students must be entering their sophomore, junior, or senior years of college, and students from junior colleges are encouraged to apply.

    Compensation

    $6,000 Stipend

    Open Date

    11/28/2022

    Closing Date

    03/01/2023

    Contact Name

    Claire Clemons

    Contact Phone

    601.266.4868

    Contact Email

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