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Summer Research Opportunities

Summer research represents a great opportunity for exposure of undergraduate students to research conducted in their area of studies with faculty at various research institutions nationwide. Summer research programs involving undergraduate students usually run 8-10 weeks during the summer break. Many of the programs are federally funded and provide coverage for living expenses and/or student stipends. Ultimately students are given an opportunity for involvement in exciting projects and get to interact with faculty, staff, graduate and undergraduate students at nationally recognized research institutions. Students' active participation in these programs strengthens their application to graduate school admission.

For more information about various programs please visit any of the links below or contact your academic advisor.

The following students participated in summer research:

2013

Deepa Gharbharan
Optimization and Characterization of Thermally Polymerized Organo-Silica Hybrid Monolithic Columns for Liquid Chromatography - Barry University

Denae Britsch
Optimization and Characterization of Thermally Polymerized Organo-Silica Hybrid Monolithic Columns for Liquid Chromatography - Barry University

Eliott Rodriguez
Development of Displacement Assay for Screening Contaminants in Water - University of Nebraska

Hangny Dao
Synthesis and Characterization of the Vaulted-Biaryl Ligand (VAPOL) Phosphoric Acid - University of South Florida

Megan Henneberry
Industrial Chemistry at a Glance – at a chemical plant The PQ Corporation

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