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Summer Research Opportunities
Looking for summer undergraduate research opportunities? Check out these resources to find the research project that fits you best:
- NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU): the National Science Foundation maintains a database of the large number of research projects it funds through its Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program. You can search the database by subject area to find and examine opportunities and learn about who you must contact to apply to the REU that interests you. NOTE: WSU hosts its own REU, USDA, and faculty-funded projects in summers; check with principle investigators if you are interested and feel you are eligible.
- Pathways to Science: this research opportunity posting board includes a database of paid summer research and internships for undergraduate students as well as helpful advice on how to find and apply to research programs.
- Continue work with your mentor at WSU: if you are already busy on projects with a mentor, just ask if there are opportunities for you to remain involved over the summer session.