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Research on the Prairies

Program Overview

Research on the Prairies is a 10-week summer research experience for undergraduate students.  Participants will work alongside faculty on cutting-edge research projects in the molecular sciences. 

Throughout the intensive summer program, participants will learn to think creatively and independently about research and to communicate their results to multiple audiences, including the public.  Weekly seminars, informal research meetings, and trips to regional attractions are planned. The summer program will culminate in an undergraduate research symposium that showcases participants' progress throughout the summer. 

Participants will receive a $5000 stipend and on-campus housing is provided.  Read about past REU participants' experiences at The Stuff of Life.

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