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Montana INBRE Summer Undergraduate Research Program
February 21 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 pm
Montana INBRE is inviting Idaho students to participate in their 10-week summer research experience for sophomore, junior, and senior-level undergraduates.
Students who want to do significant undergraduate research in the biomedical sciences are encourage to apply to this program. Students who conduct their research at Montana State University must work under the guidance of a Montana State faculty member. Students selected for funding will be expected to make a presentation (poster or podium) to report their finding.
To be considered for this program you must:
- be enrolled at an institution in one of the IDeA Network Western Region states (Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, or Wyoming) during spring semester directly preceding the summer term
- be enrolled as a full-time (> 12 credit) sophomore, junior, or senior in good academic standing for the upcoming fall semester
- be a US citizen or authorized to work in the United States
Summer Program dates:
- A Visiting Scholar is expected to dedicate 10 weeks of full-time commitment to a project between mid-May and mid-August
- Depending on the year and other variables, there may be flexibility outside these dates, but approval should be sought from the Montana INBRE Student Program Director before applying
- All students are expected to attend and participate in the majority of planned INBRE meetings and trainings scheduled during the summer
More information can be found at Visiting Scholars – Montana INBRE | Montana State University
The application is at Montana INBRE Visiting Scholar Application (iths.org)
Priority application review date is February 21, 2021
Contact person: Dr. Sarah Codd, email@example.com