The 2017 Summer Research Program for College Juniors, beginning on Monday, June 12, will provide science and engineering undergraduates from colleges around the country with opportunities to carry out cutting-edge research in a rapidly growing and technologically important diverse field of engineered interfaces.
During this eight week program held on the NYU Tandon School of Engineering's downtown Brooklyn campus, students will be exposed to cross-disciplinary research–with the focus on real-world challenges–emphasizing timely and efficient transfer of innovations from the bench through engineering to applications, devices and technologies.
In addition to research opportunities, students accepted into the program will enjoy structured programming designed to take advantage of all that New York City has to offer. Highlights of the program include:
The Summer Research Program is open to college juniors that have completed three years of study by the start of the program. Students from around the country interested in any of the content areas listed below are encouraged to apply. (Please note: Students do not need to be a current NYU student to apply.) Applicants must be US citizens and have a cumulative GPA of 3.25 and above. The deadline to apply is Monday, March 13, 2017.*
Applicants must submit:
*Current NYU students should apply for the NYU Undergraduate Summer Research Program by clicking here.
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Please note: All research topics will be available soon. Check back for more information.
The 2016 Summer Research Program for College Juniors brought incredibly talented students from all over the country to the NYU School of Engineering for the summer. Research topics included thermal control of microarry printing, development of technology for 3-D printing of elastomers and engineering structural alginate gels for PC-12 cell development, to name a few.
To learn more about this exciting program, download the Summer Research Program abstracts or browse through the photos below to see the students in action in our labs and facilities.