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The STEM Scholars Program

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Academic Level:
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The STEM Scholars Program aims to prepare students to excel in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) graduate and professional education and careers. The STEM Scholars Program (SSP) provides full-time summer research experiences to students in astrophysics, physics, biology, chemistry, neuroscience, engineering, mathematics, computer sciences, biomedical sciences, and interdisciplinary variations of these.

Students are mentored by ASC faculty (and sometimes by faculty from nearby ARCHE institutions) to conduct authentic, cutting-edge research projects. The full-time experience of true research, with all its challenges and rewards, helps students gain essential skills for STEM scholarship and workforce leadership, and offers the chance to understand how researchers build new knowledge.

Full-time research: 40 hours per week

Research awards:

$1600.00 (4-week projects)

$3200.00 (8-week projects)

$3500.00 (10-week projects) -- (applies to some ARCHE opportunities

Research Group Location

Agnes Scott College

ARCHE institutions (Atlanta Regional Consortium for Higher Education)

STEM Scholars Program offers funding for student research at Agnes Scott College, and at approved ARCHE (Atlanta Regional Consortium for Higher Education) institutions.

Participating Institution(s):
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Agnes Scott College (Lead)

Program Materials:
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