Coe College, located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, is pleased to announce their upcoming REU/RET program for summer 2021. This program focuses on spectroscopy in the areas of acoustics, material science, computational physics and chemistry, environmental chemistry, biochemistry, genetics, molecular biology and glass optics. Our REU/RET site receives funding from the DoD and the NSF.
Students will complete a 9 week research project alongside their research professor and other research students. Weekly seminars, field trips and social events will also be included in the program. All students will receive a generous stipend, travel money, on-campus housing and course credit.
About Coe College REU/RET
Coe College will be hosting a nine week REU program sponsored by the Department of Defense ASSURE program. The areas of interest are centered around spectroscopy and include optics, computational and experimental material science, environmental chemistry, molecular biology, biochemistry, and particle detector development. Students will receive $4800, free on-campus housing, a travel stipend and a course credit.
The program runs from June 8 - August 7, 2020. The deadline to apply is February 21st. The application and more information about the program can be found at our website: (URL=https://sites.google.com/a/coe.edu/coe-reu/)
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