What are the program dates?
This is a ten-week program. This summer, the program will run May 23- July 30, 2022.
Who is eligible to apply?
The REU is open to any student attending a U.S. university who has not graduated yet from their undergraduate institution. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or Permanent Residents of the United States or its posessions. We strongly encourage members of underrepresented minorities and students from smaller colleges and universities to apply.
What compensation is included?
This program provides a stipend of $500 per week, on-campus housing, a meal plan, gym access, health services fee, a travel allowance, social and networking events, and future conference travel.
Note: On-campus participation is subject to change depending on local COVID-19 protocols. We will continue to update this website with more information as it becomes available.
How do I apply?
The online application for Summer 2022 is now open. We are using the Virginia Tech Graduate School's application portal to administer our application, so please don't be alarmed; you are in the right place!
You will have to create a VT account. Once you have logged in, start a new application for 2022 Summer Undergraduate Research, and select the Center for Neutrino Physics (REU/CNP) option.
In the application, you will be asked to upload your CV and transcript, and to provide the name and contact information for your recommendation letter writers.
When is the application deadline?
All materials must be received by February 15, 2022 to be considered.
When will I know if I have been accepted into the program?
Faculty will begin reviewing applications in mid-February and successful applicants will be notified in early March.
Who can I contact if I have additional questions?
You can reach us by email at email@example.com, or by phone at (540) 231-8728.
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