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STEM Leads Research Opportunities

March 16th, 2021
Center for Career Development

Here is the Center for Career Development's weekly compilation of research events, opportunities, and positions, as advertised through Handshake. Click here for additional Career Development tools/resources. Feel free to contact the Center for Career Development if you have any questions regarding the opportunities listed below or contact the Office of Undergraduate Research if you have other questions about doing research.

 

Research & Fellowship Positions

Policy Fellow - College Board, Washington, DC (Remote)

  • This position is open to a recent grad, and is for summer 2021 to collaborate with national experts in education policy to develop research and advocacy ideas and/or policy recommendations.
  • Conduct literature reviews and policy scans on issues related to K-12 education, college readiness, access, and success.

 

Computer Engineering Summer Research Internship - Food & Drug Administration - Jefferson, AR

  • Project involves the evaluation of multi-dimensional chromatography mass spectrometry data to identify unknown, co-occurring compounds from FDA historical data. 
  • Participant will become familiar with FDA and regulatory processes, understanding of the analytical process of multi-dimensional chromatography mass spectrometry and coding of these analytical results using MatLab, Python, R or other commonly used language.
  • Seeking undergrads studying communications and graphics design, computer and data sciences, engineering, mathematics, or physical sciences.

 

Undergraduate Virtual Summer Research - Lindquist Dept of Nuclear Engineering - Penn State 

  • The Westinghouse Fellows Program is a 10-week, paid summer program in which students will work closely with a faculty mentor on a state-of-the-art nuclear research project.
  • The remote program runs May 31-Aug. 6, and Fellows will receive a $6,000 stipend.
  • Open to rising juniors with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Preferred disciplines include engineering, computer science, physics or chemistry with an interest in the nuclear field.

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