Applications are now being accepted for the Monmouth University 2015 School of Science Summer Research Program (SRP). The Monmouth University School of Science-SRP is a 12-week research experience for students to work on collaborative research projects under the supervision of School of Science faculty and staff.
Highlights of the SRP include:
- Opportunity to be a researcher in a student-faculty collaborative research team.
- Employment as a paid student researcher for the summer.
- Potential to earn college-credits for research experience.
- Gain research experience that is invaluable for future employment in industry and for entry into graduate and professional schools.
- Weekly lunches and social events to interact with students and faculty.
- Seminars on topics such as career development, research ethics, and graduate school.
- Present research at an informal symposium.
School of Science-SRP participants will have the opportunity to carry out exciting original research in the following areas:
- Biology—cell biology, cancer biology, molecular biology, ecology, marine and environmental biology, reproductive biology
- Chemistry and Physics—organic chemistry, biochemistry, environmental analytical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, computational chemistry, geophysics, and nanotechnology
- Computer Science—computer networks, databases, cyber security, artificial intelligence, programming
- Mathematics—statistical applications of mathematics
- Software Engineering—software systems planning, design, and development, human-computer interaction, and robot control
- Urban Coast Institute—watershed management, coastal ecosystems, coastal law and policy, and other areas
Please visit the SRP website, www.monmouth.edu/srp for additional details.
Applications must be submitted through the SRP website by the application deadline of March 1, 2015.