JOBS & INTERNSHIPS

The jobs posted here were funded for the summer of 1997. It is likely that many of these jobs will be funded for the summer of 1998 and the summers following. Students are encouraged to use the contacts provided at the end of the job descriptions in order to learn more about the positions offered.


The Cornell Theory Center's Supercomputing Program for Undergraduate Research (SPUR)

Offers students the opportunity to pursue a computational science research project at Cornell University. Undergraduate students are selected from colleges and universities across the nation to come to Cornell during the summer to work on a specific research project under the guidance of a Cornell faculty or staff member. Theory Center staff teach the students how to use the high performance computing resources and follow up with consulting assistance throughout the program. Students receive a stipend and have many program expenses paid.
spur@tc.cornell.edu


The San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) invites applications for the Summer 1996 Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program

Students work on research projects in their fields of interest across the spectrum of disciplines that make up computational science. Each student is supervised by faculty at his or her home institution and/or a faculty member at University of California, San Diego (UCSD), and by SDSC staff. The program includes workshops on high performance computing, and special lectures on such topics as parallel computing, graphics and scientific visualization, and numerical analysis.
Dr. Robert Leary
San Diego Supercomputer Center
619-534-5123
leary@sdsc.edu


Swiss Scientific Computing Center Summer Student Internship Program

The Swiss Scientific Computing Center CSCS-ETH, in collaboration with other Swiss academic institutions, will organize the third summer course for undergraduate students in Manno (TI), Switzerland. CSCS' Summer Student Internship Program (SSIP) is embedded in the Education Laboratory (EdLab), part of CSCS' Section of Research and Development (SeRD).
Dr. Rene M. Rehmann
Section of Research and Development (SeRD)
Swiss Scientific Computing Center CSCS
Via Cantonale, CH-6928 Manno, Switzerland
phone: +41 (91) 50 8355
fax : +41 (91) 50 8383
rehmann@cscs.ch


IAS/PARK CITY Mathematics Institute Undergraduate Program

The IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute provides opportunities for talented undergraduate students to enhance their interest in mathematics. This program is open to undergraduate students at all levels, from first-year students to those who have just completed their undergraduate education. Based on the backgrounds of the accepted students, they will be divided into two groups--introductory and advanced. There will be several activities organized for these groups, with some specifically intended for either the introductory or advanced group. There will be time for study groups and individual projects guided by advisors, as well as other activities.
Organized by Robert Bryant of Duke University


Research Experience for Undergraduates at DIMACS

Center for Discrete Mathematics & Theoretical Computer Science (DIMACS) invites applications for a NSF Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program. DIMACS is one of 25 Science and Technology Centers funded by the NSF. It is located at Rutgers University, and is a joint project of Rutgers, Princeton, AT&T Laboratories, Bell Laboratories, and Bellcore. DIMACS has over 120 permanent members in mathematics, computer science, and operations research, and hosts many distinguished visitors each year.

The program begins with eight weeks of intensive work during the summer of 1997; students are strongly encouraged to continue their projects during the academic year 1997-98. We expect that eight to twelve undergraduates will be selected to participate. Each will have a DIMACS faculty member as a supervisor. Research topics this year may include modeling the 3D-structure of DNA, decision-making under uncertainty, combinatorics (Ramsey theory), and computational group theory. More topics will be posted as mentors become available
REU program
DIMACS, Core 406, Busch campus
Rutgers University
Piscataway, NJ 08855-1179
Phone: 908-445-5932
Fax: 908-445-5928
center@dimacs.rutgers.edu


Differential Geometry and Topology at Tulane University

The Mathematics Department at Tulane University will be hosting a summer program to provide research experience for undergraduates. Tulane University will choose eight students to work with members of the Mathematics Department. The topics to be studied will be in the areas of Differential Geometry and Topology. Previous study or exposure to these subjects is not required.
Apply on line


Physics Undergraduate Summer Research
SCIPP, College 10
University of California
Santa Cruz, CA 95064
(408) 459-2635 or 4121 fax: (408) 459-5777
e-mail: scipp@scipp.ucsc.edu

Team up with scientists in Santa Cruz Institute for Particle Physics and Physics Dept. June 22 - Aug 23. $2200 + room and board and travel expenses. 3.3 semester units college credit.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 1, 1997


REU program
DIMACS, Core 406, Busch campus
Rutgers University
Piscataway, NJ 08855-1179
908-445-5932 Fax: 908-445-5928
Email: center@dimacs.rutgers.edu
For more information contact Robert Hochberg at hochberg@dimacs.rutgers.edu

Program at Center for Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science at Rutgers is for current juniors majoring in computer science, mathematics, or a closely related field. Projects include modeling the 3D-structure of DNA, decision-making under uncertainty, combinatorics (Ramsey theory), and computational group theory. $3500 stipend + travel. Download application from web.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 1, 1997


NASA Academy

Highly competitive program for juniors, seniors, and grad students in sciences, engineering, math, computer science. Co-sponsored by the National Space Grant College and Fellowship program and participating NASA Centers. Applications are sent to participating Space Grant consortium offices in early December. Space Grant Consortium offices nominates students and are expected to provide between $3000 and $4000 summer stipends, as well as round-trip travel funds to and from the program site. GSFC and MSFC provides local transportation, housing and all meals, at Goddard, and some meals provided at Marshall. Complicated application process: see web site and download application Dec. 2.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 31, 1997


REU Program
Materials Research Center
Northwestern University
Evanston, IL 60208-3116
(847) 491-3606 Fax: (847) 467-6727
e-mail: mrc@nwu.edu

REU program for students with at least one year left as undergraduates. Must be US citizen or permanent resident with major in physical sciences or engineering. $3500 for 10 weeks in a professor's reserch group. There is a separate program, Materials Research Internships for Minorities, for members of certain ethnic groups.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 15, 1997


AT&T Labs
Undergraduate Research Program Administrator
Room 2C-332
600 Mountain Ave.
Murray Hill, NJ 07974

Program for women and members of certain ethnic groups who are juniors in certain fields. See web page for details and downloadable application form.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: DECEMBER 13, 1996


REU Program in Chemistry
Department of Chemistry
Box 9573
Mississippi State University
Mississippi State, MS 39762-9573
e-mail: wph1@ra.msstate.edu (Dr. Bill Henry) or jle2@ra.msstate.edu (Dr. Judith Eglin)

$3000 stipend + some travel for 10-week program which "focuses on the exposure of undergraduate students between their sophomore and senior years with a strong interest in chemistry to an active chemical research experience." Download application from the web.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 23, 1997


Prof. Gwo-Ching Wang or Prof. Wayne G. Roberge
Physics Department
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Troy, NY 12180-3590
(518) 276-8387 (GCW), (518) 276-6454 (WGR), fax: (518) 276-6680
e-mail: wangg@rpi.edu (GCW), roberw@rpi.edu (WGR)

Ten-week Research Experiences for Undergraduates program with projects in astrophysics, biophysics, condensed matter physics, optical physics, educational physics, and nuclear physics. $2800 plus some support for housing. Application form is on the web.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 1, 1997


Stanford Linear Accelerator Center
Summer Science Program, MS 11
P.O. Box 4349
Stanford, CA 94309
(415) 926-2265 (Karen McClenahan) fax: (415) 926-4999
e-mail:sspinfo@slac.stanford.edu or kmac@slac.stanford.edu

"...a lecture and research participation program for undergraduate students who are traditionally underrepresented in science, such as women, and some minority groups. U.S. citizens and permanent residents only. $450/week stipend plus transportation and housing. Eight weeks. Anyone may download the application from the web.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 17, 1997


Dr. Per Gloersen, Coordinator
Summer Institute 1997
Code 971
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Greenbelt, MD 20771
Fax (301) 286-0240
E-Mail: per.gloersen@gsfc.nasa.gov

One-week lecture series on atmospheric and hydrospheric sciences followed by 9 weeks of research for undergrad students in physical sciences. Total stipend $2400 plus housing, travel. Primarily for juniors but others eligible. For application procedure see web page.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 12, 1997


Student Research Programs
Division of Educational Programs
Argonne National Laboratory
Argonne, IL 60439-4845
(630) 252-4579 (Lisa Reed)
e-mail: lreed@dep.anl.gov

Student research participation in all sciences, math, computer science, energy, etc. Must have soph, junior, senior, or first year graduate standing by summer, 3.0 GPA. Transportation and housing, plus $225/wk . Must be U. S. citizen or permanent resident. Download application form from web.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 1, 1997


The Fellowship Committee
Education Office, Clark 223, MS#31
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution>
360 Woods Hole Rd.
Woods Hole, MA 02543-1541
(508) 289-2709 (recording) or (508) 289-2219
E-mail: education@whoi.edu

Summer Student Fellowship Program for undergraduates who have completed their junior year and beginning graduate students. Research projects for students in "biology, chemistry, engineering, geology, geophysics, mathematics, meteorology, physics, oceanography and marine policy." $3900 stipend for 12 weeks + travel.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 3, 1997


AMO Summer School
UNM-Santa Fe
P.O. Box 4186, S. Richards Ave.
Santa Fe, NM 87502-4187
(505) 438-1234 Fax: (505) 438-1238
e-mail: amo@chicoma.la.unm.edu (Dr. Michael Zeilik)

Los Alamos Summer School in Atomic, Molecular & Optical Physics June 9 - August 1 for undergraduates finishing junior or senior years with 2 semesters quantum mechanics, differential equations, and Fortran or C programming. Special focus on applied supercomputing. Stipend for living, travel, tuition (students will receive credit from U. of New Mexico). Fill out on-line form.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 1, 1997?


Maria Mitchell Association
REU Program
2 Vestal Street
Nantucket, MA 02554
(508) 228-9198
e-mail: kpochman@mitchell.win.net (Martha Curley)

Do astronomical research at historic island observatory. For students having at least one year of physics; can be majors in physical sciences, math, or computer science; cannot graduate before September. $1100/month plus housing, some travel. Fall program available also.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 1, 1997


Joyce Moser
Virginia Tech
1997 NSF Summer Undergraduate Research Program
2110 Hahn Hall
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0344
(540) 231-8238 Fax: (540) 231-8517
e-mail: jmoser@chemserver.chem.vt.edu

Seniors and juniors in physics, chemistry, computer science, and engineering can earn $5000 in 11-week program (May 19 - Aug 1) in Advanced Materials Research Labs.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 14, 1997


Florida A&M University
College of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences
106 Honor House
Tallahassee, FL 32307
(904) 599-3636 or 3623 (Dr. Carl B. Goodman)
e-mail: goodmac1@mail.firn.edu

The Space Life Sciences Training Program is a highly selective program for U.S. citizens who will have completed freshman, sophomore, or junior year in science but will not have graduated by summer. Eligible majors include but are not limited to the life sciences, computer sciences, environmental sciences, geology, math, physics and engineering. Must have a G.P.A. at least 3.0. SLSTP is an intense six-weeks summer program at NASA Kennedy Space Center in Florida for students interested in research related to space life sciences. Transportation + housing expenses and a stipend for meals are provided. Download application from website.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 31, 1997


Ms. Revell Rayne
NOAO Human Resources Manager
P.O. Box 26732
Tucson, Arizona, 85726-6732
(520) 318-8222
e-mail: rrayne@noao.edu

REU program to do solar research at the National Solar Observatory near Sunspot, New Mexico or at Kitt Peak National Observatory near Tucson. $335/week + travel.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 14, 1997


Dr. Robert Thomas
Science Education Center, Bldg. 438
Brookhaven National Laboratory
P.O. Box 5000
Upton, Long Island, NY 11973-5000
(516) 282-4385 fax: 516-282-5832
e-mail: thomas@bnlcl6.bnl.gov

Ten-week research experience for U.S. citizens and permanent residents who will have completed at least junior year by June with B average or better and are majoring in applied mathematics, physical and life sciences, engineering, and scientific journalism. $200/wk plus travel and housing.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 31, 1997


Student Research Participation Program
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
PO Box 2008
Oak Ridge, TN 37831
e-mail: murraym@orau.gov (Marilyn Murray)

For undergraduates majoring in science, computer science, mathematics, or engineering at the sophomore, junior, or senior level to perform hands-on research. $200/week for sophomores, $250 for seniors. Request application form by e-mail.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 19, 1997


Dr. Paul D. Lett
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Physics Building, A-167
Gaithersburg, MD 20899
(301) 975-6559 FAX: (301) 975-3038
e-mail: paul.lett@nist.gov

Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program providing hands-on research experience in atomic, molecular, optical, radiation and chemical physics at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) near Washington, DC For students who intend to pursue a Ph.D. in atomic, molecular, optical, radiation, medical, or chemical physics. .Applicants must be nominated by the chair of a physics or chemistry department. See website for application details. $3,600 + travel and housing for 12-week program.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: UNKNOWN


Dianne B. Fannin, REU Program
Department of Physics
College of William and Mary
Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795
(804) 221-3501 Fax: (804) 221-3540
e-mail: Dianne@physics.wm.edu

Ten-week program for physics majors who will have completed jr. year. Stipend $2400 plus $400 for subsistence plus free dorm room. No application form. To apply see website.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 1, 1997


JoAnn Boyd, CRPC 217-50
Caltech
Pasadena, CA 91125

Summer Research Program in Computing for Undergraduate Women and Minorities at Caltech's Center for Research on Parallel Computation. For women and members of certain minority groups who will be juniors or seniors in the fall. Do research in applied math, biology, chemistry, computer science, economics, or physics. Applicants should have experience in one or more of Fortran, C, C++, Pascal. $1500 per month, travel, and housing.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 31, 1997


Undergraduate Research Opportunities
The Program in Molecular Biology & Biotechnology
101 MBBRL, CB #7100
University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7100.
(919) 962-8920. FAX: (919) 966-6821
e-mail: sure@med.unc.edu

The Summer Undergraduate Research Experience Program provides opportunities to carry out independent research projects for students with an earnest desire to pursue research careers in the biological or chemical sciences. Preference is given to individuals completing their junior year. $2500 + housing, meals, some travel. Download application packet from website.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 14, 1997


REU Program in Physics
Michigan State University
attn: Sheron Snyder
Department of Physics
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824-1224
(517) 432-0088; fax: (517) 432-3838
e-mail: snyders@dirac.pa.msu.edu

Individual projects for 20 undergraduate physics majors at all levels in accelerator, acoustics, astronomy, condensed matter, high energy, medical, nuclear, theoretical, astrophysics, atomic, chemical, computational, low temperature physics. $3100 stipend + room and partial board and partial travel. Application forms are on the web.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 14, 1997


SUPERB Program
College of Engineering, CUES Office
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-1702
(510) 642-1734
e-mail: darby@coe.Berkeley.edu (Laura Darby)

"The Summer Undergraduate Program in Engineering Research at Berkeley (SUPERB) offers outstanding underrepresented students of color and first-generation college students the opportunity to gain research experience by participating in research projects with engineering faculty and graduate students." "The program targets students who have completed some upper division coursework in one of the following disciplines: Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering & Computer Sciences, and Mechanical Engineering."
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 1997?


Prof. Catherine Olmer
Summer Undergraduate Research Program
Indiana University Cyclotron Facility
2401 Milo Sampson Lane
Bloomington, IN 47408
(812) 855-9365 fax: (812) 855-6645
e-mail: olmer@iucf.indiana.edu

Experimental and theoretical research in nuclear physics and nuclear chemistry for physics majors who have completed sophomore or junior year and have gpa at least 3.3. Must be U.S. citizen or permanent resident. $2800 plus transportation and housing and meals for 10-weeks (June 3 - Aug 9).
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 14, 1997


Summer Student Programme at CERN
Recruitment Service, Personnel Division
CERN, CH-1211 GENEVA 23
Switzerland
e-mail: recruit@afsmail.cern.ch
Telefax: +41 22 767 2750

Summer research at the European Center for Particle Physics, open only to citizens of the 19 member states of CERN, all of which are in Europe.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 31, 1997


Dr. Joseph J. O'Gallagher
Executive Officer
Department of Physics/REU
The University of Chicago
5720 South Ellis Avenue, Room 201C
Chicago, Illinois 60637-1434
e-mail: physics@uchicago.edu

"The program offers members of underrepresented minority groups (African-Americans, Hispanics, and Native Americans) and women the opportunity to gain technical experience working in the laboratory or research group of a Physics Department faculty member." $2500 stipend + housing + some travel for ten weeks.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 31, 1997


Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Summer Lab Research Fellowship
Bldg. 938C, Suite 320
Berkeley, CA 94720.
(510) 486-5511 FAX (510) 486-6660
e-mail: LLEgenberger@lbl.gov

For U.S. citizens or Permanent Residents who are outstanding undergraduate students majoring in physical and life sciences, engineering, mathematics, and computer science. $400/week. Download application from web.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 28, 1997


Materials Research Science & Engineering Center
The James Franck Institute/REU
The University of Chicago
5640 South Ellis Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60637-1433
e-mail: physics@uchicago.edu

REU program in materials research working with faculty members from the Departments of Chemistry, Geophysics, Mathematics, and Physics. For U.S. citizens and permanent residents. $2500 stipend + housing for 10 weeks.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 31, 1997


Summer Scholarship Programme
Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre
James Clerk Maxwell Building
The Kings Buildings
The University of Edinburgh
Mayfield Road
Edinburgh EH9 3JZ
Scotland
e-mail: epccssp@epcc.ed.ac.uk
011 44 131 650 5030 fax: 011 44 131 650 6555

"These 10-week scholarships, worth 140 pounds per week, are open to talented students in any discipline who have completed at least two years of undergraduate study, and who have some programming experience. Knowledge of C or Fortran would be an advantage, but programming experience and a willingness to learn may be sufficient."
APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 31, 1997


Dr. Kathleen DeGioia Eastwood
Department of Physics & Astronomy
Northern Arizona University
Box 6010
Flagstaff, AZ 86011-6010
e-mail: kathy.eastwood@nau.edu
(520) 523-7159 fax: (520) 523-1371

REU program in astronomy: conducting research with astronomers from Northern Arizona U. and Lowell Observatory and attending seminars. Ten-week program, $2750 plus housing and some travel. 3 units credit. Must be citizen or permanent resident, must not graduate by June.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 1, 1997


Ms. Revell Rayne
NOAO Human Resources Manager
P. O. Box 26732
Tucson, AZ 85726-6732
(520) 318-8222
e-mail: rrayne@noao.edu (Applications)
Yvette B. Estok, (520) 318-8163, yestok@noao.edu (Program Info)

Research assistant positions at Kitt Peak National Observaatory, National Solar Observatory, and Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory for highly qualified undergraduate students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents and are strongly committed to a career in astronomy.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 15, 1997?


NAIC Summer Student Program
NAIC, 504 Space Sciences Building
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853-6801
(607) 255-3735 Fax: (607) 255-8803
e-mail: morrison@astrosun.tn.cornell.edu (Jill Morrison)

Ten-week program in radio astronomy and atmospheric science at world's largest radio telescope in Puerto Rico; for science students (citizens or permanent residents) who will have completed at least one year of study by summer. Stipend plus travel for Jun 1 - Aug 30 (flexible). Application form is on the Web.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 15, 1997


HAO Visitor Committee
High Altitude Observatory
National Center for Atmospheric Research
P.O. Box 3000
Boulder, CO 80307-3000
Contact: Cindy Worster (303) 497-151589
e-mail: cmw@ucar.edu

Summer Undergraduate Student Visitor Program at the High Altitude Observatory, National Center for Atmospheric Research for students who will be seniors in Fall '96. The aim of the program is to foster interest in solar physics, solar-terrestrial physics, and related astrophysics among qualified students contemplating graduate studies. Three months at $1500/month. See above website for application information.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 10, 1997


Summer Student Program Director
National Radio Astronomy Observatory
520 Edgemont Road
Charlottesville, VA 22903-2475
(804) 296-0225
e-mail: rbrown@nrao.edu

Ten-week research program at one of four radio observatories in Virginia, West Virginia, Arizona, and New Mexico. Majority of positions for U.S. citizens who will not graduate in summer 1996, but some places for graduates. Transportation plus $1200/month.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: JANUARY 20, 1997


Dr. Margaret M. Chester, REU Program
Department of Astronomy & Astrophysics
The Pennsylvania State University
525 Davey Laboratory
University Park, PA 16802-6305
(814) 865-0418 Fax: (814) 863-3399
e-mail: reu-info@astro.astro.psu.edu

Do research with faculty in many fields of astronomy. Stipend $2700 + travel and housing allowance. Physics, computer science, and math majors eligible; must be citizen or permanent resident.

APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 20, 1997?


Director, REU Program
MIT Haystack Observatory
Off Route 40
Westford, MA 01886-1299
508-692-4764 Fax: 617-981-0590
e-mail: lhp@newton.haystack.edu

Opportunity for undergraduate science and engineering students to apply for summer research positions in astronomy, atmospheric sciences and engineering at MIT's radio observatory. These are nominally three months in duration and carry a stipend (typically $1300-$1500/month) depending on academic level and experience.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 1, 1997?


Dr. Terry D. Oswalt
SARA REU Program Director
Dept. of Physics & Space Sciences
Florida Institute of Technology
Melbourne, FL 32901-6988
(407) 768-8000 x8098 Fax: (407) 984-8461
e-mail: oswalt@tycho.pss.fit.edu

REU program in astronomy at five colleges comprising the Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy. Includes observation at SARA's telescope at Kitt Peak, AZ. For US citizens who have completed freshman - junior year. $2700 + lodging + travel. To apply see poster or web page.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 15, 1997


Dr. Deborah A. Crocker, Director
Astronomy REU Program
Dept. of Physics & Astronomy
University of Alabama
Box 870324
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0324
(205) 348-5050
e-mail: summerprog@hera.astr.ua.edu

Ten-week extragalactic astronomy program for five students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents and not past their junior year. Stipend $2700 plus housing and travel. Apply on the Web.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 15, 1997


Summer Student Program
Sue Chamberlain
517 Space Sciences Building
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853-6801
(607) 255-2710 Fax: (607) 255-1767
e-mail: chamberl@astrosun.tn.cornell.edu

Undergraduate Research Assistantships in Astronomy for 8 U.S. citizens with one or more years of academic training. Work with faculty. Stipend $3500 plus up to $500 transportation.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 12, 1997


Kimberly Dow, Program Director
SAO Summer Intern Program
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics
60 Garden Street, MS-83
Cambridge MA 02138
617-496-7586 (Kimberly Dow)
e-mail: intern@cfa.harvard.edu

10 week intern program at Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory in Cambridge, MA. Research opportunities include opportunity to use telescopes at the Oak Ridge Observatory and to present a talk or poster paper at a scientific meeting. For U.S. citizens who will not graduate by May. Stipend $250/week; housing and travel expenses subsidized. See web page for application procedures.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 15, 1997


National Air and Space Museum
Educational Services Department, MRC 305
Student Services Coordinator
Washington, DC 20560
e-mail: Myra Banks at nasem010@sivm.si.edu

Ten-week program for students of all majors. $3500 stipend.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Unknown


Dr. Diane Roussel-Dupré
Los Alamos National Lab, MS D436
Los Alamos, NM
(505) 667-8895
e-mail: droussel-dupre@lanl.gov

Work on theALEXIS satellite project at Los Alamos National Laboratory. See the job announcement


SIAM Listings

A huge list of links to summer jobs and internships in mathematics, computer science, engineering ,and physics.


Listing from Harvard Math Club

Yet another great listing of programs. Here you can also read reviews of specific programs writen by last year's participating students.


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