What LAUNCH: Undergraduate Research Does in the Summer
LAUNCH: Undergraduate Research is a gateway for information related to summer undergraduate research experiences. LAUNCH: UGR provides information to help coordinate programs, but does not run any specific REU or other summer undergraduate research experiences (SURE).
The difference between REU and other summer undergraduate research experiences (SURE):
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). REU programs have a specific set of guidelines determined by the NSF and PI’s specific grants. There are many other summer undergraduate research experiences (SURE) at Texas A&M run by individual departments. However, these are not called REUs. Other SURE grants also have individual guidelines. For more information about NSF REU programs, visit NSF.gov.
Check out upcoming events and register on our calendar or download our summer activities schedule.
Faculty & Staff
If you have summer research opportunities, email firstname.lastname@example.org
with your program name:
Texas A&M and Non-Texas A&M Students
REU and SURE are open to students in all disciplines and from other institutions. Start looking at the Research Opportunities Database
early. Many applications are due in January and February.