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Integrative Biology at UC Berkeley, from Molecules to Ecosystems

Location: Berkeley, California
Agency: University of California Berkeley
Due Date: January 30, 2017
GPA: 3.00
Stipend: 5,200.00
Travel: 600.00
Description: The NSF Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU): Integrative Biology at UC Berkeley, from Molecules to Ecosystems program is designed to expose participating students to hands-on research in the areas of Molecular, Cell, Developmental, Evolutionary, and Ecosystem Biology. This program runs for a period of 10 weeks (June 08 to August 14, 2015) in Berkeley, California. This is an integrated program of academic and professional development: group tutorials on cell, developmental and evolutionary biology; informal faculty research seminars; workshops on the graduate school application process and related career opportunities. You will also participate in excursions and social programs highlighting attractions of the Bay Area. During the last week, a mini-symposium will permit the participants to share their accomplishments. The program offers a $5,200 stipend, paid on-campus housing, includes 19 meals/week and travel costs are reimbursed up to $600. Applicants are not required to have previous research experience.


Contact Information
Email: reuapplic@lists.berkeley.edu
Web Site: http://mcb.berkeley.edu/nsfreu/


Keywords
Biology, Botany, Cellular Biology, Environmental Sciences, Evolution, Microbiology, Plant Biology