PULLMAN, Wash. A new program, funded by the National Science Foundation, will give eight undergraduate students from across the nation the opportunity to study plant biology in cutting-edge labs at Washington State University.
The Research Experience for Undergraduate program is accepting applications from students wanting real-world experience in plant genomics and biotechnology. Applications are due by March 30 and winners will be notified by April 25. For more information on REU programs visit https://summerresearch.wsu.edu/
Undergraduates accepted into the REU site will receive a $5,000 stipend for the 10-week session, free housing,and travel assistance to and from Pullman, Wash.
“We encourage students interested in everything from computer science to ecology to apply for this experience,” said Amit Dhingra, a WSU horticultural genomics professor and the leader of the new program. Read more at WSU News.