Undergraduate Summer Research Program

Undergraduate students are invited to apply for an eight-week research program sponsored by the College of Sciences and the National Science Foundation. Program participants will receive a summer stipend of $5400 to conduct mathematical research under the supervision of a professor. The time period for most projects will be the long summer session, but this can be negotiated with the supervising professor. Contributions by undergraduate participants sometimes result in publication of papers in the peer-reviewed literature with the student listed as an author. See a list of past REU projects.

Applications are closed for 2017. If you have applied for an REU, decisions will be sent to all applicants via email before March 31st.

More details about eligibility, housing, parking, etc. are provided on the FAQ page.