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University of Wisconsin Undergraduate Research-summer 2016 (June 6-August 12)
Undergraduate students in math, biology, and ecology may apply (application deadline March 15).  Students accepted receive $5000 stipend and $75 weekly food allowance.  Click here.

J. P. Morgan Tech Connect Program - summer 2015
A technology training program for women in STEM fields. For detail, click here.

Amstat News will publish a listing in Dec 2015 and will update this link:

Internship Opportunities - American Statistical Association Careers in Statistics.
Visit the ASA's Career Center for information about career opportunities for statistician


Program at Dordt in biostatistics/statistical genetics

SIBS program 

big data/biostatistics SIBS-like program at the University of Michigan: http://bigdatasummerinst.sph.umich.edu/

2011 Nebraska IMMERSE
The Department of Mathematics at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln invites applications from students for the 2011 Nebraska IMMERSE
(Intensive Mathematics: A Mentoring, Education and Research Summer Experience) program.

Nebraska IMMERSE is a six-week summer program to help such students make the transition from undergraduate to graduate work, funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation's EMSW21 initiative.  The dates for the 2011 program are June 13-July 22.  The students will receive room, board, a travel allowance, and a $3,400 stipend.  The main component of IMMERSE consists of two intensive courses in algebra and analysis at the advanced-undergraduate/beginning-graduate level.  However, rather than working through a textbook, the courses are structured around the reading of research papers.  There are additional components, such as guest speakers.

More information about the program, including the application form, is available at http://www.math.unl.edu/immerse

The application process is minimal additional work for students who are already preparing applications for graduate programs.  Any U.S. citizen or
permanent resident who intends to begin graduate study in mathematics in the U.S. in the fall of 2011 is eligible.  Selection will be based on
transcripts, letters of recommendation, and a personal essay on what the applicant hopes to gain from participation.

Applications are due by March 15, 2011, with notification in early April.

If you, or your students, have any questions about IMMERSE, feel free to either call or send  an email to the director, Allan Donsig:  adonsig1@unl.edu, 402-472-8128.