Are you an undergraduate student interested in exploring research in computer science? Or are you a faculty member interested in being a research mentor?
Distributed Research Experiences for Undergraduates (DREU) might be the program for you!
DREU interns have the opportunity to be directly involved in a research project and interact with graduate students and professors on a daily basis. This experience is invaluable for those who are considering graduate school; DREU will provide a close-up view of what graduate school is really like and increase interns’ competitiveness as an applicant for graduate admissions and fellowships. Faculty mentors will have the opportunity to work on their research project with new students from other institutions and to mentor future graduate students.
Application Link: https://www.abstractscorecard.com/cfp/submit/login.asp?EventKey=HHZUSJCT
Application Period: October 15 – February 15
Learn More: Hear from previous attendees: https://youtu.be/363fwY4ZwTk
For Students: Applicants should be students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree at an institution in the U.S or its territories. Applicants should be interested in doing research in the computing field. International Students may apply, however most of the funds for the DREU program are restricted to US citizens and permanent residents, so the number of non-US student participants will be limited. Priority will be given to students who have completed two to three years in a CS or CE major by the program start date.
For Faculty: Potential mentors should be professors in CS, CE, or other closely related areas at U.S. PhD granting universities with active research programs, into which DREU students may be integrated. Interaction with current graduate students is a feature of the DREU experience; it is necessary that the mentor’s research group include graduate students who will be on campus throughout the summer.
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