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MESA UC Santa Barbara University Program Enroll

If you are a UCSB STEM Undergraduate enroll in the MESA University Program click on MESA icon for instructions.



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UCSB California Alliance for Minority Participation (CAMP)

Summer 2019 deadline rolling until spots filled, Contact Julie Standish for during the year

Edison 2019 Summer Research Program

DESCRIPTION: A research opportunity in Summer 2019. Students participate in research under the direction of a UCSB faculty mentor (in Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Earth Science, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Studies, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, and Statistics), meet weekly in a seminar with a graduate student mentor for professional development activities, and offer a poster at the UCSB graduate and undergraduate colloquium series in August 2019. Program runs from June 24 through August 16, 2019.

ELIGIBILITY: Undergraduates in good standing with a GPA of 3.0 or better. Students must be engaged in research at UCSB with UCSB faculty mentor during the summer of 2019. This program is available to veterans and to low-income, first-generation, and underrepresented students in Edison-specified STEM fields.

Student’s application must include ONE letter of recommendation from the UCSB faculty member who is or will be supervising their work in Summer 2019. Should a student include a letter of recommendation from someone who will not be working with them this summer, the student must also provide a signed statement from the UCSB faculty member who has agreed to work with them.

STIPEND: $4,000 for full summer participation

DEADLINE: No later than May 2, 2019 at 12:00 PM (noon).

APPLICATION: To download application click here.