Undergraduate Research Opportunities
Dean's Summer Undergraduate Fellowship
The SASN Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship is a competitive program that provides a $3,200 stipend to undergraduate students engaged in scholarly or creative activities during the summer months under the supervision of a full-time faculty member in the School of Arts & Sciences-Newark.
Over the past several years, these fellowships have supported outstanding undergraduates from across a range of academic disciplines, including the arts, sciences, social sciences, and humanities. We anticipate awarding up to seven fellowships this summer.
Scholarship criteria vary and may be based on a combination of the following factors — academic merit, financial need, leadership, and community and volunteer service, with academic merit typically an important criterion. Scholarship award amounts vary. The SASN Scholarship/Financial Aid Committee will make every effort to review applicants for all scholarships for which they may be eligible. Please note that scholarship funding is very competitive.
Sometimes an internship changes your life. When that internship deals with local public health, it also can impact the lives of others.
RU-N will get a chance to make up for that loss for a select number of recent minority STEM graduates after receiving a $780K grant earlier this month from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Four Rutgers University–Newark Honors College students have been awarded prestigious fellowships and research positions for the summer.
Honors College students are required to complete an Honors Thesis to graduate with Honors Distinction. Learn more about how to join the Honors College and make research count for credits and build robust undergraduate research experience