Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU)

The Mote REU Program offers paid research training experiences in estuarine science to 10 undergraduate students per year. The program will take place over ten weeks during the summer, from May 30th to August 7th.

Participants will: conduct mentored research projects under the direction of a Mote scientist; gain experience in the development of research plans, completing a “manuscript-style” final research paper, presenting their research results in a laboratory-wide poster presentation; attend research seminars on ocean science presented by graduate students from several Florida universities; and, learn about opportunities for graduate study, careers in marine science, and communication skills in science by participating in student workshops


Application Deadline February 15, 2015


Research Experience for Undergraduates

REU-Microbiology is a 10-week summer research training program for undergraduates that focuses on a wide range of microbiological phenomena. The program integrates the application of state-of-the-art genome-based technologies for fundamental and applied research projects in microbiology. The 2015 program is from May 26-July 31.  This is a fantastic opportunity, especially for undergraduates considering graduate school or a research career.  The application deadline is March 2, 2015.

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