The Kupferberg Holocaust Center is seeking 12 students to participate in this internship during the spring 2013 semester. Students selected to participate in this project will meet weekly for one hour at the Holocaust Center to examine and discuss the impact World War II had on those residents living in Europe’s Jewish communities. This will be done through readings, videos, group discussions, and presentations by local residents living in Europe at that time.
Student interns will be trained to use this knowledge to conduct an intensive interview of local survivors and present his/her story to the other interns as well as interested members of the Queensborough Community College community.
There is a stipend of $360 for successfully completing this project.
Interested students should send their resume, letter of interest, and copy of their schedule for the current semester to Dr. Arthur Flug, Executive Director at AFlug@qcc.cuny.edu. All three items must be received in order for your application to be considered.
Should you have any questions as to applying, please contact Dr. Arthur Flug at: 718-281-5770.
The deadline for submitting the application is Friday, February 15, 2013.
The Mathematics departments at SUNY Potsdam and Clarkson University have an excellent and long-standing REU summer research program and they are looking for qualified applicants from CSTEP programs. Potsdam is beautiful in the summer!
See the link below for more info. Here's a quick summary:
What: SUNY Potsdam/Clarkson University Research Experience for Undergraduates in Mathematics
Where: Campus of SUNY Potsdam, Potsdam, NY
When: June 10-August 2, 2013
How Many: about 12 students in the program total, working in four different groups.
Stipend: $4,300 plus housing in an on-campus apartment
Qualifications: Applicants should have completed the Calculus Sequence, Linear Algebra, and one more upper-level math course
Application Deadline: February 28, 2013
More Information: http://people.clarkson.edu/~ttamon/reu.html
The University at Albany annual Summer Research Program offers qualified underrepresented undergraduates an enriching and valuable research experience.
The University at Albany Summer Research Program (UASRP) can be a powerful part of the undergraduate college experience and a way to encourage graduate study. We offer qualified underrepresented and low-income undergraduates an enriching and valuable eight (8) week research experience. Participants are placed under the direction and guidance of faculty mentor and researchers from various institutions and agencies. These have included sites such as the University at Albany, College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, Gen*NY*Sis Center for Excellence in Cancer Genomics, Chemistry Department, Pharmaceutical Research Institute, NYS Department of Health’s Wadsworth Center, Stratton VA Medical Center and others.
Research is the main focus of the summer program.
UASRP faculty mentor and undergraduate students work on a specific research topic.
Students present research findings at the Buffalo McNair Conference as well at the University at Albany Symposium.
Unique opportunity to receive hands-on training in academic research and scholarly writing.
Students attend a variety of seminars and workshops designed to enhance skills needed for graduate study and professional development.
For more information contact the Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) by calling
(518) 442-5071 or (518) 442-5183 or visit our website at http://www.albany.edu/oaae/cstep.shtml
Below is a link to the NSF website listing all of the summer REU programs for 2013. Your can do paid research in all 50 states and several territories. Some even include an international component. Many are hosted by our C/STEP institutions
The page allows you to browse programs by subject area. From there, you can link directly to individual programs to see eligibility requirements, application deadlines, etc. Most deadlines are this month, so act fast!