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Summer Undergraduate Research Program: Catalyzing Diversity in Chemistry Leadership

The Princeton University Department of Chemistry welcomes applications for its Summer Undergraduate Research Program: Catalyzing Diversity in Chemistry Leadership, particularly from students who identify with groups that are underrepresented in chemistry research. Designed to encourage a more diverse community of students and researchers pursuing careers in the chemical sciences, this nine-week summer program provides students with the opportunity to work with distinguished Princeton chemistry faculty. Each student pursues a project in one of the department's sub-disciplines, which include organic, inorganic, materials, chemical biology, spectroscopy/physical chemistry and theoretical chemistry. This summer program is affiliated with The Leadership Alliance – Summer Research – Early Identification Program, and applicants can apply through either the Princeton University or the Leadership Alliance application portal.

Students Eligible: 
Non-Princeton undergrads
Class Years Eligible: 
First-year students
Natural Sciences
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Application Deadline: 
February 1
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The SURP-DC program provides each student a $4500 summer stipend, on-campus housing for nine weeks, and reimbursement of travel expenses, within budgetary restrictions.
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Applicants must be current undergraduates, US citizens or permanent residents, who are attending a US educational institution. Information and FAQ: Online Application: Applications may also be submitted via The Leadership Alliance SR-EIP application:

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