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Individual Summer Projects

Undergraduates are also encouraged to contact faculty directly to discover opportunities for summer research. These contacts generally need to be made by early March at the latest, as many faculty have already made as many commitments as they can by late March or early April. If you are not sure how to go about talking to a faculty member or what to expect, keep an eye out for announcements of the LAUNCH: Undergraduate Research workshop on Getting Started in Research.

General Opportunities and Programs

Ongoing Admissions

Deadline: Spring 2017

The Glasscock Center houses the Glasscock Summer Scholars program, which provides undergraduate student support for developing an undergraduate research project during the summer. It is required to complete the Undergraduate Research Scholars Program (a year-long program) in order to complete the Glasscock Scholars Program.

More Information: glasscock.tamu.edu

Deadline: Ongoing

The Research Intensive Community for Undergraduates Program aims to dramatically increase the number of skilled undergraduate researchers at Texas A&M University by minimizing barriers and maximizing opportunities for cooperative participation of novice and experienced undergraduates on faculty-directed research projects. Peer-mentoring during team research provides novices an induction into the practical knowledge of the science and engineering community at Texas A&M and gives experienced undergraduates opportunity to develop team leadership and management skills.  The vocational preparation that results from participating in extracurricular team research within a network of research intensive communities provides members of the RICU program a competitive edge in a rapidly changing marketplace of knowledge and innovation. The RICU Program does not simply aim to help graduate students with research experience, but rather have undergraduates matriculate from Texas A&M University as working scientists and engineers.

Link: http://ricu.tamu.edu/

Are you offering a research or internship position this summer at Texas A&M, but are worried about providing housing? Fortunately there is on campus housing available for your interns and researchers! Rooms include a full size bed, community study lounge, and a kitchenette. Internship housing is available to students sponsored by a department or faculty/staff member, however it cannot be used for current students that are enrolled for Summer I and Summer II sessions.

For only $46 a night interns and researchers can stay on campus from June 1 August 1​. 

Visit reslife.tamu.edu/guests/conferences/ in order to set up a reservation for your student today!

Please Contact Conference and Guest Services at (979)-845-1279 or conference-services@housing.tamu.edu with any questions.

Upcoming Deadlines

Deadline: March 30, 2017

To Apply: http://pvamu.edu/cahs/reeu

Program Dates: June 1 – June 30, 2017

Research Experiences for Undergraduates

The deadlines for Summer 2017 REUs have passed, but keep an eye on our website in Spring 2018 for information about new TAMU REUs!

Disclaimer: The undergraduate research opportunities listed on this page is for informational purposes only. Inclusion in the listing does not gaurantee an endorsement or funding by LAUNCH: Undergraduate Research. Please note that the accuracy or timeliness of the undergraduate research opportunity listings cannot be assured by LAUNCH: Undergraduate Research.

FACULTY: Please contact us at ugr@tamu.edu if you would like your program listed on this page.