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Internships & Fellowships


Undergraduate and graduate students can find internship and fellowship opportunities worldwide right at their fingertips. While there will be a flurry of announcements each year for summer internships and fellowships, please be sure to check what is offered all throughout the year.




NASA History Program Office Summer 2015 Internship

    Location: Washington, DC
    Hiring Institution: NASA History Program Office
    Apply By: February 01, 2015
    Posted date: January 26, 2015

    The NASA History Program Office is seeking undergraduate and graduate students for summer and fall 2015 internships. The History Program Office maintains archival materials to answer research questions from NASA personnel, journalists, scholars, and students at all levels and others from around the world. The division also edits and publishes several books and monographs each year. It maintains a large number of websites on NASA history. Students of all majors are welcome to apply. While detailed prior knowledge of the aeronautics and space fields is not necessary, a keen interest and some basic familiarity with these topics are needed. Strong research, writing and editing skills are essential. Experience with social media is a plus.



2015 Planetary Geology and Geophysics Undergraduate Research Program

    Location: US
    Hiring Institution: NASA
    Apply By: February 02, 2015
    Posted date: January 26, 2015

    The Planetary Geology and Geophysics Undergraduate Research Program, or PGGURP, pairs qualified undergraduate students with NASA-funded investigators at research locations across the U.S. for eight weeks during the summer. Students will spend the summer at the NASA scientists' home institutions. Selected students receive a cost-of-living stipend and compensation for housing and travel Undergraduate students majoring in geology or related sciences are eligible to apply. Students graduating in 2015 who have not started graduate school yet are also eligible. Preference is given to U.S. citizens and permanent residents.



Blue Waters Graduate Fellowships

    Location: Online
    Hiring Institution: Blue Waters
    Apply By: February 04, 2015
    Posted date: November 15, 2014

    Blue Waters Graduate Fellowships provide PhD students with a year of support, including a $38,000 stipend, up to $12,000 in tuition allowance, an allocation of up to 50,000 node-hours on the powerful Blue Waters petascale computing system, and funds for travel to a Blue Waters-sponsored symposium to present research progress and results. For the Fellowships, preference will be given to candidates engaged in a multidisciplinary research project that combines disciplines such as computer science, applied mathematics, and computational science applications. Applicants should be in the second or later year of their graduate program with a well-developed, related research proposal. Applicants must be a U.S. Citizen or a permanent resident of the U.S. by the time of the application deadline. Applications will be evaluated based on: Academic record from undergraduate and graduate work GRE scores Related experience and service Research plan and its relationship to use of the Blue Waters supercomputer Letters of reference Applications for 2015-2016 fellowships are due February 4, 2015. Letters of reference for the candidates are due February 11, 2015. Incomplete applications will not be considered for an award. Awards will be made in spring 2015, with the tuition allowance applied to the 2015-2016 academic year. Information on 2016-2017 fellowships will be available in fall 2015. Questions? Contact bwgf@ncsa.illinois.edu.



2015-16 Virginia Space Grant Consortium Graduate STEM Research Fellowship

    Location: Hampton, VA
    Hiring Institution: Virginia Space Grant Consortium
    Apply By: February 09, 2015
    Posted date: January 31, 2015

    The Virginia Space Grant Consortium's Graduate STEM Research Fellowship Program provides fellowships of $6,000 in add-on support to graduate students to supplement and enhance basic research support. The objective of this science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, research fellowship opportunity is to encourage talented individuals to pursue careers in STEM industries that support NASA's mission. Participants in the Graduate STEM Research Fellowship Program must take part in an active faculty‐mentored research experience that aligns with the aerospace sector and meets NASA's mission. Awards are made annually and are renewable for one year for students making satisfactory academic and research progress.



2015-16 Virginia Space Grant Consortium Undergraduate STEM Research Scholarship

    Location: Hampton, VA
    Hiring Institution: Virginia Space Grant Consortium
    Apply By: February 09, 2015
    Posted date: January 31, 2015

    The Virginia Space Grant Consortium is offering undergraduate research scholarships of up to $8,500 to encourage talented individuals to conduct research in science, technology, engineering or mathematics, or STEM, fields. These one-year awards are nonrenewable and based on student academic merit, quality of the research proposal and alignment of research with the goals of NASA and the aerospace sector. Underrepresented minority students, female students and students with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and enrolled at one of the five Virginia Space Grant member universities: The College of William and Mary, Hampton University, Old Dominion University, University of Virginia and Virginia Tech.



SDSC UC Graduate Summer Fellowship Program

    Location: San Diego, CA
    Hiring Institution: University of California at San Diego
    Apply By: February 15, 2015
    Posted date: January 25, 2015

    The San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California, San Diego, has announced its inaugural UC Graduate Student Summer Fellowship program, providing opportunities for graduate students throughout the University of California system to learn about SDSC’s expertise and utilize the Center’s wide range of resources to advance their own research. The eight-week residential program, to run from June 22 until August 14, 2015, is funded by SDSC to specifically foster stronger ties with other UC campuses. The program is focused on attracting graduate students from other UC campuses. UC San Diego graduate students are invited to collaborate with SDSC researchers at any time, but they would not be eligible for the UC Summer Fellowship housing support.



2015 Summer Science Internship Program

    Location: Stanford, CA or San Francisco, CA
    Hiring Institution: Stanford University or University of California at San Francisco
    Apply By: February 20, 2015
    Posted date: December 06, 2014

    The Summer Science Internship Program provides twelve (12) outstanding students with the opportunity to work in leading research and clinical laboratories under the supervision of respected scientists at Stanford University and the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). Through this internship students receive hands on experience in the fields of rheumatology and immunology, with a focus on arthritis and related autoimmune diseases. Interns participate in either basic laboratory (bench) research or clinical translational/epidemiological (patient outcomes oriented) research. This program is designed to encourage gifted students to pursue a career in scientific study and research with an ultimate goal of inspiring them to focus their research potential on arthritis and related autoimmune diseases. Many graduates of the Summer Science Internship Program have gone on to pursue successful careers in the fields of medicine and/or scientific research.



Summer 2015 Graduate Opportunities with IBM

    Location: U.S.
    Hiring Institution: IBM
    Apply By: February 25, 2015
    Posted date: January 25, 2015

    Terry Davis of IBM is seeking underrepresented graduates interested in computer science, math, statistics, computer engineering, electrical engineering, material science and chemistry for Summer and full time fellowship. Ph.D students are preferred. Masters students completing their education by Spring 2015 and looking for full time research or development opportunities or continuing students looking for summer 2015 research or development opportunities are also encourage to apply. To apply: 1) Send your resume/CV to davistb@us.ibm.com, 2) State if you are completing your education by Spring 2015 and looking for full time opportunities or if you are a continuing student in the Fall of 2015 and looking for summer opportunities. 3) Specify the research or development area of your education that is a match for you (http://www.research.ibm.com) and please post your resume/CV to the IBM Applicant portal (http://www-03.ibm.com/employment). All students are considered for IBM opportunities. This is an outreach for underrepresented group in the science and engineering field. IBM research and development groups sponsor foreign nationals.



Interdisciplinary Research Experience in Computational Sciences REU

    Location: Baton Rouge, LA
    Hiring Institution: Louisiana State University
    Apply By: March 01, 2015
    Posted date: December 16, 2014

    This Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) project is a ten week program where students work collaboratively on a wide variety of computational science projects. The Center for Computation & Technology (CCT) at Louisiana State University (LSU) provides an ideal setting for the REU student to become familiar with interdisciplinary research. With research groups exploring gravitational waves, complex emergent phenomena in material science, or computational music, the participants work on cutting edge research in Computational Sciences. The students learn how to use the most current cyberinfrastructure tools with individually designed training sessions targeted to their specific degree of preparation. In addition, since most CCT research groups collaborate with international researchers, REU students are exposed to how international collaborations work. This program involves nine students every summer. Each student receives a stipend of $5,000, free housing in university dormitories, and up to $600 in travel expenses to and from Baton Rouge, Louisiana.



Louisiana Alliance for Simulation-Guided Materials Application REU

    Location: Baton Rouge, New Orleans, Ruston, LA
    Hiring Institution: Louisiana State University, Louisiana Tech University, Southern University at Baton Rouge, Tulane University, University of New Orleans, and Xavier University of Louisiana
    Apply By: March 01, 2015
    Posted date: December 16, 2014

    The Louisiana Alliance for Simulation-Guided Materials Application (LA-SiGMA) is a 7-member alliance of universities throughout Louisiana. Members of LA-SiGMA provide six different sites and numerous projects for the REU student to become familiar with interdisciplinary research. With interdisciplinary research collaborations involving computational scientists, computer scientists and engineers, applied mathematicians, theorists and experimentalists, the participants work on cutting edge research in material sciences and computational tools. Each student receives a stipend of $4500, free housing in university dormitories, and up to $400 in travel expenses to and from their REU site.



LA-SiGMA: Research Experiences for High School Students

    Location: Baton Rouge, LA
    Hiring Institution: Louisiana State University
    Apply By: March 01, 2015
    Posted date: December 16, 2014

    The Louisiana Alliance for Simulation-Guided Materials Application (LA-SiGMA) is a 7-member alliance of universities throughout Louisiana. Faculty members of LA-SiGMA at LSU provide numerous projects for the high school student to become familiar with interdisciplinary research. With interdisciplinary research collaborations involving computational scientists, computer scientists and engineers, applied mathematicians, theorists and experimentalists, the participants work on cutting edge research in material sciences and computational tools. For this six-week program, students receive a stipend of $1800, free housing in university dormitories, and up to $400 in travel expenses to and from Baton Rouge.



Research Experience for Undergraduates / LA-SiGMA

    Location: Louisiana
    Hiring Institution: One of six Universities in the LA-SiGMA Alliance
    Apply By: March 01, 2015
    Posted date: December 17, 2014

    This Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) is a summer program by the Louisiana Alliance for Simulation-Guided Materials Application (LA-SiGMA), a 7-member alliance of universities in Louisiana: Louisiana State University, Grambling State University, Louisiana Tech University, University of New Orleans, Southern University at Baton Rouge, Tulane University, and Xavier University. Members of LA-SiGMA provide numerous projects for the REU student to become familiar with interdisciplinary research. With research groups involving computational scientists, computer scientists and engineers, applied mathematicians, theorists and experimentalists, the participants work on cutting edge research in material sciences and computational tools. Our 2015 summer program dates vary by university, from May 25 to July 31. We invite undergraduates, community college students, and high school seniors to apply to this REU!



2015 - 2016 XSEDE Scholars Program (XSP)

    Location: Online
    Hiring Institution: XSEDE - Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment
    Apply By: March 15, 2015
    Posted date: November 15, 2014

    XSEDE, the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment, is the most advanced, powerful, and robust collection of integrated digital resources and services in the world. Are you interested in learning more about high performance computing (HPC) and the exciting and valuable digital resources available to research scientists for free? If so, the XSEDE Scholars Program (XSP) is now accepting applications for its selective year-long program for U.S. students from underrepresented groups in the computing sciences to learn more about high performance computing and XSEDE resources. The focus is on the following underrepresented groups: African Americans, Hispanic/Latinos, Native Americans, and women. For complete information, including eligibility requirements, please visit http://bit.ly/2015-XSEDE-Scholar-Application.



Graduate Education Fellowship at Arizona State University

    Location: Tucson, Arizona
    Hiring Institution: Arizona State University
    Apply By: March 15, 2015
    Posted date: January 25, 2015

    Graduate Education Fellowships provide up to $10,000* of support to regularly admitted first year graduate degree students who are Arizona residents or underrepresented in their discipline and who demonstrate academic excellence. This can include underrepresented minorities, i.e. Hispanics, African Americans and Native Americans in all disciplines and underrepresented students in particular disciplines, e.g., Asian Americans in the Humanities and Social Sciences, women in Mathematics, Science, Engineering and some CALS programs, men in Nursing, Public Health or Women's Studies.



Blue Waters Student Internship Program

    Location: Champaign-Urbana, IL
    Hiring Institution: National Center for Supercomputing Applications
    Apply By: March 21, 2015
    Posted date: December 06, 2014

    The Blue Waters Student Internship Program is actively seeking faculty and students to participate in yearlong student internship opportunities. Students in the program will gain experiences involving the application of high-performance computing to problems in science, mathematics or engineering. The program provides a student stipend for undergraduate participants totaling $5000, and a two-week intensive Petascale Institute in 2015 along with travel to the Blue Waters Symposium 2016 for undergraduate and a select number of graduate students. This program provides support for internship activities at any accredited degree granting institution in the United States. Faculty who would like to mentor an undergraduate student can post descriptions of available positions.



NASA History Program Office Fall 2015 Internship

    Location: Washington, DC
    Hiring Institution: NASA History Program Office
    Apply By: June 01, 2015
    Posted date: January 26, 2015

    The NASA History Program Office is seeking undergraduate and graduate students for summer and fall 2015 internships. The History Program Office maintains archival materials to answer research questions from NASA personnel, journalists, scholars, and students at all levels and others from around the world. The division also edits and publishes several books and monographs each year. It maintains a large number of websites on NASA history. Students of all majors are welcome to apply. While detailed prior knowledge of the aeronautics and space fields is not necessary, a keen interest and some basic familiarity with these topics are needed. Strong research, writing and editing skills are essential. Experience with social media is a plus.



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