>> Application for REU
Dates of Program
US Summer of 2013
APPLICATIONS ARE NO LONGER BEING ACCEPTED
WE ARE REVIEWING THE APPPLICATIONS AND WILL MAKE DECISIONS ASAP.
We are updating the web site information
The number of available positions will be contingent upon pending funding.
UF Chemistry International Research Experience for Undergraduates:
The International Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program is a 12 week program based in Argentina, Brazil or France. Participants will spend most of their time working with graduate students, post-doctoral researchers, staff, and other undergraduates on a well-developed research project under the mentorship of an experienced faculty member
sponsored by the University of Florida and is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).
US / South America
Research is in the area of chemistry and molecular biodiversity at one of four major research sites:
- The University of Sao Paulo
- Campinas University
- The State University of Sao Paulo at Araraquara
- The University of Buenos Aires
The US/France REU Program
Research in chemistry research at one of three research sites:
- Toulouse: University of Toulouse and related research laboratories
- Strasbourg: University of Strasbourg and related research laboratories
- Paris area: University Pierre and Marie Curie, ENS-Cachan
Please click here to fill out an application for the REU program.
- Must be U.S. citizen or permanent resident with previous research experience
- Students with appropriate research interests and majors in Math, Engineering, Physics, the Biosciences, Chemistry and all STEM areas are encouraged to apply
- Pre-professional (Medical, Law, Dentistry, Veterinary) students are NOT encouraged to apply.
- Applications : (submission accepted through Mid January 2013)
- Summer REU: May - August 2013
- Poster - ACS National Meeting & Exposition March 16-20, 2014 Dallas, TX
Stipend consists of $4400. Housing is provided by the host program.
Additional funds are provided to travel to an orientation workshop and the National Meeting of the American Chemical Society