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STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
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STEM Summer Research Opportunities @ SU

 

National Science Foundation Bridges for SUCCESS Summer Research Experience

The goal of this program is to foster a community of research and engaged scholarship for students early in their careers (students majoring in chemistry, computer science, earth science, physics, and mathematics are given priority for funding).  The program provides mentored research experiences during the summer months between a student's freshmen to sophomore or sophomore to junior years. Participating students and faculty mentors will meet regularly for brown bag lunches, participate in group discussions about their respective projects, and participate in a few other group activities.  The program is funded through the generous support of the National Science Foundation’s Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Talent Expansion Program (STEP) under Award No. 0969428.

The application window for Summer 2014 is now closed.  Applications for Summer 2015 will be available in January 2015.  ________________________________________________________________________________

Guerrieri Undergraduate Research Summer Program 

The goal of this program is to foster a community of undergraduate research and engaged scholarship during the summer months in the Henson School of Science and Technology at Salisbury University.  The Guerrieri Undergraduate Research Summer Program serves all majors in the Henson School.  The accepted students and their faculty mentors will meet regularly for lunch and discussions about their respective projects.  The program is funded through the generous support of the Guerrieri Family Foundation.

The application window for Summer 2014 is now closed.  Applications for Summer 2015 will be available in January 2015.________________________________________________________________________________

Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU): Explore Emerging Computing in Science and Engineering (EXERCISE)

Exercise (Explore Emerging Computing in Science and Engineering) is an interdisciplinary project that explores emerging paradigms in parallel computing with data and compute-intensive applications in science and engineering.

In the EXERCISE project, students will apply emerging parallel computing models including GPU computing with NVIDIA CUDA (a local parallel processing system) and MapReduce computing on Amazon EC2 (a distributed parallel processing system) to tackle data and compute-intensive problems in computer networks, image and signal processing, and geographic information systems.

The application window for Summer 2014 is now closed.