NDnano Undergraduate Research Fellowships (NURF) Summer 2013
The NDnano Center will be awarding several summer undergraduate* research fellowships. The fellowships offer motivated undergraduates the opportunity to learn more about a specific area of research, gain valuable skills, and be part of a cutting-edge, nano-related research project.
Fellowship recipients will conduct their research within an exciting team atmosphere, working with a faculty mentor, postdocs and graduate students in the University’s science and engineering labs and cleanroom facilities.
Each NURF position is full time (40 hours/week**) and provides a total stipend of $5,250 over a 10-week period. Students awarded a fellowship are responsible for securing their own, transportation, housing and food for the summer.
Fellowship recipients will be part of Notre Dame’s summer research community and have the opportunity to participate in a variety of activities. At the conclusion of their research, each NURF recipient is required to prepare a one-page summary of their project accomplishments and will be invited to present their research findings as a poster at the Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium.
*For purposes of the NURF program, undergraduates are students who will not yet have completed their undergraduate studies at the start of their summer fellowship.
** The University allows students to work a maximum of 40 hours/week during the summer months (all campus positions combined).
2013 NURF application instructions
Students from any college or university are welcome to apply.
1) Review the Summer 2013 NURF project descriptions and select a project of interest. There are more than 30 projects to choose from! (Click on project images for larger view.)
2) Complete the application .
3) Email your completed application to the project’s faculty mentor(s) for consideration, and cc: Heidi Deethardt at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Faculty mentors will follow-up with applicants as needed. Fellowship recipients will be notified by NDnano starting March 1, 2013.
Please note: Students are welcome to apply for more than one project. However, please list and prioritize on your application all the projects to which you have applied.