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CSUF Summer Research Experience

Attention SCC (STEM)² students

Earn $5,000 to conduct research in your major at Cal State Fullerton this summer!  Research opportunities are available in:

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Biochemistry
  • Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Geological Science
  • Mathematics
  • Physics

Benefits:  Students who are accepted for this 8-week research opportunity will be placed in cutting edge CSUF science laboratories, paired with CSUF research mentors to enhance the educational experience.  This opportunity is a great way to strengthen transfer applications to STEM undergraduate programs!

Application Process:  Students interested in participating in this research opportunity must complete the 2015 SRE Application Packet, consisting of the following:

Application Form:                                  
2015 Summer Research Experience Application Packet

Note: At least one of the two recommendation forms must be completed by a professor of a STEM-related discipline.

(Click on blue link above to download)

Deadline to ApplyFriday, March 6, 2015

Submit a completed application packet via email to:

Phil Crabill or Ann Cass.



Imagine conducting research on the Cal State Fullerton campus this summer, and getting paid $5,000 to do it!

 

Prerequisites for Applying:  To qualify for this research opportunity, students must meet the following application criteria:

 
  • Student must be currently enrolled at Santiago Canyon College
  • Able to commit to an 8-week, full time summer research program
  • Interested in pursuing a STEM undergraduate degree
  • Must be an active member of the STEM2 program as well as SCC's STEM Academy
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Completion of one year Math/Science required
    In addition, you must meet one of the following two criteria:
  • You plan to transfer to any bachelor's degree granting institution Spring 2016 or later

OR

  • You plan to transfer to CSU Fullerton Fall 2015

    For more info, please contact:

    Ann Cass - STEM Counselor
    (714) 628-4797
    Click here to email

    Dr. Phil Crabill - STEM Counselor
    (714) 628-4894
    Click here to email