The University of Wisconsin-Madison Biological Interactions Summer Research Program is now accepting applications for Summer 2020! We are looking for undergraduate students who are interested in an immersive, 10-week faculty-led research experience to prepare for your graduate education and research career. Engage in research and explore biology through observation of phenotype and to investigate the influence of genotype, environment, and interactions of the two on phenotype.
There is no cost for program participation. Students will receive a generous stipend and a partial food allowance, as well as full support for travel, housing, health insurance (if needed) costs. Students will also have access to campus libraries, resources, and facilities.
Apply for a chance to work with world-class scientists on independent research projects and participate in professional development opportunities to learn more about leadership in science, science career opportunities, preparing for graduate school, and more!
Students who are African American, Hispanic, Native American, Southeast Asian, Native Alaskan, or Native Pacific Islander OR who are from low-income homes OR who are the first in their family to attend college OR who attend small liberal arts institutions without broad research facilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
For more information, please check out the website or contact Dr. Amber Smith, Biological Interactions Program Director, for program details.
About University of Wisconsin-Madison
The Wisconsin Institute for Science Education and Community Engagement (WISCIENCE) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison aims to enhance engagement and strengthen success in STEM through equitable and inclusive initiatives, collaborations, service, and scholarship.
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