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Summer Research Programs

Several established summer programs provide Princeton students, as well as students from other colleges and universities, with the opportunity to obtain hands-on research experience in specific fields. You can search the database below for research program opportunities that match your interests.

Program Name Description Application Deadline
Center for the Physics of Biological Function (CPBF) Summer School

CPBF offers a summer school for advanced undergraduates who are interested in biological physics. The school is an intense two weeks of lectures, seminars, and hands-on exercises. 

Mid-March
Molecular Biophysics REU Program

Now in its tenth year, this program offers interdisciplinary research experience in leading laboratories to students majoring in the physical or mathematical science or engineering at colleges with limited research opportunities. The program is open only to non-Princeton students. Each student serves as a research assistant in the laboratory of a Princeton faculty member who serves as a mentor and research adviser. The program directors, in consultation with training faculty, match student interests to available projects.

January
Science Writing Internship

The Princeton University Office of the Dean for Research offers an eight-week internship in science writing for the general public. The intern writes news articles, feature articles, web content and other items in the style used by major newspapers and magazines. The intern may also produce podcasts and video segments, and use social media.

March

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