1. Learn about what’s happening on and around campus:
2. Faculty Postings:
Occasionally, faculty will post openings through SOURCE. We will link these specifically from the SOURCE home page when they exist.
Faculty are a great resource for learning about research (their own as well as the department) and potential research mentors.
CWRU has an undergraduate research culture, so many of your friends may know when something is coming open in their own labs.
5. The SOURCE office:
Part of our job really is to inform you how to get connected to research positions on campus.
Off campus summer opportunities are numerous. Be mindful of deadlines, which mostly are between mid-January and mid-March. Do not limit yourself to just the section you feel you fall under. Many STEM (Science, Technology, Enginnering, Math) programs also have programs for non-STEM students. Please look over the entire list located here: Off Campus Internships.
More about On Campus Faculty Research
More about On Campus Summer Opportunities
More about Off Campus Summer Opportunities
Finding Research Opportunities during the Academic Year (Info Session Powerpoint)
Congratulations to Matthew Wade (EMS, 2017) who received a SURF award from the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Gaithersburg, MD.