Faculty in the School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences, New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences will mentor students in summer 2020.
Sponsored by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) grant 1R25ES030238
The New College Environmental Health Science Scholars (NCEHSS) program seeks to eliminate cultural, economic, and logistic barriers faced by underrepresented minority (URM) students seeking a summer research experience. Students will be recruited from the Maricopa County region in Arizona, the nation’s fastest growing county where the population is 30% Hispanic and 3% Native American.
Students will be matched with a faculty mentor for a 9-week summer research experience in ASU’s School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences on ASU's West Campus in Glendale, AZ. Successful students may be invited to continue working during the academic year with their summer mentor at ASU.
A celebration evening to showcase student research with the people most important to them. Click on Summer 2019 Highlights to view poster presentations from family night.
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Applicants should be pursuing an undergraduate degree and meet the requirements below:
Desired qualifications include: