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External Opportunities & Funding Sources

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Biological Discovery in Woods Hole

Summer research program for sophomores and juniors in molecular and cell biology, neurobiology & behavior, physiology, developmental biology, ecology and evolutionary biology. Program includes stipend as well as room and board.

European Undergraduate Research Opportunities

EuroScholars is a unique study abroad program for advanced undergraduates whereby students have the opportunity to conduct research at a high caliber institution in a chosen field of study while taking a language and culture class. Twelve different European universities are participating as host institutions for the exceptional students in this program.

Fulbright Summer Institutes for US Undergraduates

Summer institutes in a variety of academic disciplines at universities in the UK. The summer institutes cover the majority of institute costs.

Howard Hughes Medical Institute: Janelia Undergraduate Scholars

10 week paid summer internship in neurobiology

National Geographic Young Explorers Grant Program

Grants to 18-25 year olds for projects in the fields of science, conservation and environmental studies, and in major fields of study such as Anthropology, Archaeology, Astronomy, Biology, Geography, Oceanography, and Paleontology.

National Science Foundation

Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU): Funding for undergraduates to participate in research projects funded by the National Science Foundation (must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident to apply).

National Institutes of Health

Summer Internship Program (SIP): Opportunities for undergraduates to engage in biomedical research

Summer Undergraduate Research Program in Educational Psychology and Applied Developmental Science

For rising seniors: research on schools, classrooms, and other youth settings as contexts critical to child and adolescent development.