|Summer research offers Benedictine students the opportunity to expand their knowledge, hone laboratory skills and gain hands-on experience by working closely with faculty on a variety of scientific research projects.
"My love for math was rediscovered! I had the greatest time during my experiences and can't wait to continue my work. The University's willingness to help further projects and support such research has been remarkable and amazing - and I am certainly very grateful."
Through the program students work one-on-one with College of Science faculty on scientific research projects. This 10-week experience includes a $3,300 stipend and a weekly lunch seminar where students have the occasion to present their research findings to a supportive audience of faculty and peers. Later, students present their findings at local and regional conferences, with some even attending national conferences.
Some students participating in the summer research program will also enroll in a supplemental course called NTSC 397 A College of Science Research Techniques. This course will introduce students to computer programming and analysis of big data sets.
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Application Period Begins - February 2, 2018
Application Deadline - March 9, 2018
(NO applications will be accepted after this date)
Students will be notified of a decision - April 13, 2018
Orientation - TBA
The NSSRP 2018 officially runs from Monday, June 4 to Friday, August 10, 2018
Students wishing a research appointment are expected to contact a faculty mentor whose research is of interest to them prior to applying. Please view the "Participating Faculty" page for participating faculty and their projects.