The University of Cincinnati’s Chemistry REU helps students build research skills and develop as emerging professionals and independent scientists. Participants will learn about real-life challenges that scientists are currently addressing, such as “Data Science for Big Data in Chemistry” and “Sustainable Chemistry.” Both chemistry and biochemistry research projects are available.
Students will also work closely with faculty and graduate students while working on their research project, each of which has been designed to have a tangible result during the ten-week program, running from May 30th to August 4th.
The program also includes a weekly discussion series and an end of program poster session to highlight the results of students research. A stipend of $6,000 will be awarded to each student in the program, as well as housing and meals on UC’s campus.
Learn more and apply here by March 1.
The University of Akron School of Polymer Science and Polymer Engineering is offering a 9-week summer REU for undergraduates, from June 5th to August 4th. This is a great opportunity for students interested in researching a question within the areas of Polymer Chemistry, Polymer Physics, Polymer Engineering or Biomaterials.
Each week, all interns will participate in research activities, a career development activity and discussions outlining their research progress, as well as receive a $5,400 stipend and campus accommodations.
Apply by February 10th.
The summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU), offered at Vanderbilt Institute for Nanoscale Science and Engineering brings 10 students each summer to work with Vanderbilt faculty from Vanderbilt’s School of Engineering, College of Arts and Sciences, and School of Medicine. Students will gain interdisciplinary experience working with physicists, chemists, biologists, and engineers all working together to solve problems and create new scientific understanding.
Program Highlights include:
- Receive a $5,000 stipend for room and board, plus $500 for travel to Nashville
- Field trip to the Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- Optional outreach opportunities with local high school students
- Choose from over 30 projects
- Participate in a poster competition to receive a travel award to attend a national professional meeting
This program will take place from May 29 – August 4.
The application deadline is February 15.
Learn more and apply here.
This Case Comprehensive Cancer Center Research opportunity gives students a chance to work with renowned cancer researchers. The program begins with a week of interactive cancer research lectures to provide a foundational understanding of cancer biology and the latest cancer research. Students will then begin their mentored research experience, for which they will present the results of at the symposium during the final week.
A stipend is provided for the 10-weeks of the program from June to August.
Applications are due January 13, 2023.
The 2023 recruiting cycle for the Buckeye Diversity Summer Internship Program is now open. This will allow students to gain experience at OSU’s Wexner Medical Center. Five undergraduate students will have the chance to work with executive directors from across Wexner Medical Center on high-level projects and participate in weekly professional and personal development.
Project focus areas include, but are not limited to:
- Hospital Administration and Operations
- Human Resources
- Ambulatory Services
- Mental and Behavioral Health
Students will also have shadowing and tour opportunities.
This program is seeking 5 rising college seniors of diverse backgrounds to participate in the program from June 5th to August 11th.
Applications are due December 30, 2022.
The Gustavus Adolphus College is hiring a full-time Chemistry Stockroom Coordinator to support the teaching staff and research faculty by purchasing, preparing and organizing labs and equipment.
Applicants should have at least a bachelor’s degree, with two years of college chemistry, with a preferred degree in Chemistry or a closely related field. Other qualifications include basic knowledge of safe handling of lab chemicals, data-management software skills, and experience in preparation of reagents.
Responsibilities in this position would include:
- Set up and solution preparation for laboratory experiments
- Keeping records of laboratory samples
- Maintaining chemical waster containers
If you’re interested in learning more, visit their job page.
Offered in Autumn 2022.
Wednesdays, 10:00am – 1:00pm
Instructor: Dr. Mark Ziolo
Interested in learning the ins and outs of human organ system functions?
In PHYSIO 3230, Human Physiology Laboratory, students will learn the principles of human organ system function through hands on human laboratory experiments such as measuring changes in blood pressure, respiration, EEG, etc. Further understanding of these organ system functions will be gained through discussion of related disease case-studies.
By the end of this course students can expect to:
- Gain knowledge on the workings of the major human organ systems.
- Understand how organ system function responds to stress.
- Understand how organ system function responds to, and is altered by, disease.
Coursework includes a weekly three hour in-person lab, with online pre-lab and post-lab work.
Questions regarding this course can be directed to the course director Dr. Mark Ziolo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduating with a B.S. in Chemistry or Biochemistry and looking for a graduate school? Consider applying to Texas A&M Commerce’s chemistry M.S. program!
The university offers several different programs, so you can choose the track that best fits your future goals. The Professional Chemistry track offers concentrations in Analytical, Biochemistry, Inorganic, Organic, or Physical chemistry. Professional Chemical Business provides a strong foundation in business management and applies your knowledge to the chemical industry. The Professional Chemical Education track enhances your classroom skills and expands your chemistry knowledge. These options open doors to a wide variety of career opportunities.
Request more application information from Chemistry Graduate Advisor, Dr. Bukuo Ni at Bukuo.Ni@tamuc.edu.
Owens Corning’s Granville Science & Technology is hiring a Sumer Intern to work in The Corporate Analytical Lab. This position will include routine and non-routine sample preparation for instrumental analysis, commitment to safety protocols, following detailed procedures, and communication results.
Desired skills include, but are not limited to:
- Diverse experience with analytical instrumentation
- Safely work with hazardous chemicals
- Attention to detail while performing repetitive work
- Ability to quickly learn instrument specific software
Minimum requirements include 2 years of college course work in a hard science (Chemistry or Materials/Mechanical Engineering preferred) and experience working in a chemical laboratory.
More detailed information is available here.
Interested applicants may contact Cheri Clevenger, Inorganic Lab Leader, at Cheri.Clevenger@owenscorning.com or by phone at 740-321-6430.
The University of Oregon is accepting applications for their Masters Internship Program in Electrochemical Technologies. This program has a focus on clean-energy transitions, developing technologies for climate change mitigation, and provides interdisciplinary knowledge that will help tackle many of the worlds biggest challenges.
This program includes 6-months of accelerated coursework and professional development, followed by 9 months in a paid internship in industry or national laboratories. This program thus gives students a great foundation of knowledge and a start to a long-term career. Students who complete the program can also pursue an accelerated PhD timeline.
The internship program is open to students in a wide variety of backgrounds such as chemistry, physics, biology, engineering, and more with a BS/BA.
For a possible waived application fee, please send an unofficial transcript and resume to email@example.com.
More information can be found at their website, including curriculum, housing, and scholarships.