REU in Discipline-based Education Research
The Science and Mathematics Education Research Collaborative at RIT is pleased to announce the launch of the a Discipline-Based Education Research (DBER) REU program in Model-based Reasoning in STEM Education. We are currently accepting applications from interested science undergraduate students for the 2015 cohort. Applicants do not need to have previous DBER experience. This multidisciplinary REU includes projects that span biology, chemistry, physics and science communication.
Applications are due November 30th in order to admit participants in time for the unique January Jump-Start session. During the Jump-Start, students will work remotely with their mentors, start project development and earn a $500 stipend. A $4500 stipend will be provided for the main on-campus summer research experience.
Visit the RIT REU program website to learn more about our program and complete an online application. If you have any questions please contact RIT DBER REU Team.
The RIT DBER REU Team
Benjamin M. Zwickl
Assistant Professor | School of Physics and Astronomy | Rochester Institute of Technology
84 Lomb Memorial Drive | Rochester, NY 14623
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