The Plant Genomics @ MSU REU Program provides high quality research and training experiences for undergraduates interested in biology, biochemistry, biotechnology, chemistry, bioinformatics, and computational sciences. During the 10-week program participants are embedded within a research group at Michigan State University and undertake a mentored research project with the overall aim of providing an experience akin to that undertaken by a first year graduate student. In addition to a 10-week research project, students participate in a range of professional development activities that includes workshops and seminars designed to enhance their scientific and professional skill sets as well as provide information on graduate school and careers within STEM disciplines.
Thank you for your interest in the Plant Genomics @ MSU REU Program. As part of the application process, you must first register with the NSF at www.nsfreu.org. The website will ask you to create a user account and assign you a unique REU ID. Be sure to take note of the REU ID assigned to you because you will need to provide it on your application form to our program. After you have registered with NSF, please complete either a pdf or word version of our application form and follow the remainder of our program application instructions. You will also need to submit a resume, a personal statement, and arrange for official transcripts and a letter of recommendation to be sent to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications for the 2019 summer REU program are now open and the application deadline is February 11, 2019
If you have any questions, contact us.
View the 2019 program poster