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ReMatch+ Summer Program

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Program description

ReMatch+ is the culmination of the yearlong ReMatch program. Once mentor-mentee pairings are formalized in January, students may apply to take part in the ReMatch+ Summer Program.

For first and second year mentees, the program provides an opportunity to carry out a paid graduate- or postdoctoral-mentored research project over the summer.

For graduate and postdoctoral mentor participants, the program offers an opportunity to mentor an undergraduate student through a summer research internship.

Participants in the ReMatch+ and on-campus OURSIP programs come together weekly through the Summer Research Colloquium workshops and social events. SRC participants join a diverse and inclusive community of undergraduates, graduate students and postdoctoral researchers from across the University. The program is designed to facilitate and model productive mentor-mentee / adviser-advisee relationships, provide a primer on discipline-specific research methods and approaches, and guide participants in reading scholarly texts and conducting original research. At the end of the summer, SRC undergraduates present their summer research to peers, FSI scholars and affiliated faculty at a mini-academic conference.

    Program dates

    The program runs for nine weeks, from June 10 - August 9, 2019. Participants are expected to be on-campus Monday - Friday and attend the SRC weekly workshops through the end of the program.


    • All enrolled Princeton first and second year students who have participated in at least one ReMatch event this academic year are eligible to apply.
    • All enrolled post-generals ReMatch graduate mentors and postdoctoral researchers who have participated in at least one program event this academic year are eligible to apply (exceptions will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis).


    Applications for the 2019 ReMatch+ Summer Program are now available in GPS. If you have an interest in taking part in the summer program and have identified (or are in the process of identifying) your mentor/mentee, you should begin designing your summer research project as a pair. All projects require the support and endorsement of a faculty adviser.

    The application consists of three parts:
    (late and incomplete applications will not be considered)

    Part 1: Undergraduate mentee application due Monday, Feb 11, 2019 at 11:55 pm. The application includes a program questionnaire (i.e. research plan, budget (if applicable), statement of interest and statement of commitment to a diverse research community), college transcript and resume.  

    Part 2: Graduate and Postdoctoral mentor application due Thursday, Feb 14, 2019 at 11:55 pm. The application includes a program questionnaire (i.e. anticipated impact, reflections on proposed research plan and statement of commitment to a diverse research community), college transcript and resume.

    Part 3: Faculty adviser review and approval of mentee and mentor applications, due Tuesday, Feb 19, 2019.

    Sign up now for the application workshop! (RSVP here)

    ReMatch mentee-mentor pairs are strongly encouraged to sign up for the Tuesday, Jan 22, 2019 from 12 – 1:30 pm in the Julis Romo Rabinowitz building, Room B60. Over a pizza lunch, pairings will be given a crash course in research proposal writing. By starting with your interests and motivations for your research project, this workshop will offer a step-by-step set of instructions for putting together a clear and effective research proposal.

     Please email us at if you have any questions or concerns regarding the application process.

    Stipend and other program support

    • Any internship award you receive from the Office of Undergraduate Research will be considered taxable income (under the IRS non-qualified fellowship and scholarship ruling). If you are an international student, please note that you will have federal taxes automatically withheld from your stipend check. You will be issued a Form 1042-S reporting this income and tax in mid-March next year to determine if a refund will be processed by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). However, Princeton University is unable to guarantee that a full or partial refund will be granted by the IRS. More detailed information can be found on the Finance and Treasury website or you may reach out to the NON-RESIDENT TAX office at
    • ReMatch+ undergraduate participants will be provided on-campus housing and receive a stipend intended to cover meals and help offset miscellaneous expenses (must constitute a full-time commitment of at least 35 hours/week).
    • ReMatch+ graduate and postdoctoral participants will receive a $500 stipend supplement.
    • Research pairs will receive a research allowance (up to $500) to cover expenses such as small equipment and parts, consumable supplies, software, copying costs, books/journals when not available through the University, and travel for data acquisition or field experiments.
    • Upon completion of the project, pairs will be eligible to apply for travel funds to attend a research conference and present their work.


    Undergraduate participants will live in campus housing.

    Important ReMatch+ dates

    • Mentee and mentor applications open in GPS: Monday, Jan 7, 2019
    • Application workshop for mentors and mentees: Tuesday, January 22, 2019
    • Mentee application deadline: Monday, Feb 11, 2019 at 11:55 pm EST
    • Mentor application deadline (including review of mentee applications): Thursday, Feb 14, 2019 at 11:55 pm EST
    • Faculty adviser review and approval deadline: Tuesday, Feb 19, 2019
    • Funding decisions announced: Friday, Mar 1, 2019
    • Summer program: Jun 10 - Aug 9, 2019
    • SRC end of summer conference: Aug 7, 2019
    • Research summary statement and program survey deadline: Aug 9, 2019
    • Participation in program outreach panel: Fall 2019

    Selection process and awards

    ReMatch+ applications will be carefully evaluated based on the merit and feasibility of the proposed research project, relevance to the student’s academic course of study, commitment to a diverse research community, and strength of the faculty adviser letter of support. Selections will be announced during the first week of March.

    Program contacts

    Have a question? You might find an answer in the Mentees FAQs or Mentor FAQs pages.

    For undergraduate mentees:
    For graduate and postdoctoral mentors:



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