The Department of Biomedical Engineering is now accepting applications for the Kenneth L. Stevenson Biomedical Engineering Summer Research Fellowship Program.
The primary goal of the program is to provide deserving undergraduate and beginning graduate students the opportunity to participate in meaningful Biomedical Engineering research at Michigan Tech. Specifically:
a) Undergraduate students (two awards): Undergraduates will receive undergraduate-to-graduate transitional research fellowships of $4,000 each. Students entering their junior and senior years will be considered. The award is intended to introduce students to the rigors associated with graduate-level research in biomedical engineering.
b) Graduate students (two awards): Students who have completed an undergraduate degree prior to the fellowship period and are beginning studies in Michigan Tech’s biomedical engineering graduate program (PhD or MS) will receive fellowships of $5,000 each in support of intensive summer research. These awards will allow students to establish their research in the initial phase of their graduate studies.
The application process is now open. For information regarding the application process and materials, contact the Biomedical Engineering Department Chair Sean J. Kirkpatrick at email@example.com or in person in M&M 301.
Applications for these annual awards are due by noon, March 15. Fellowship recipients will conduct a research project under the guidance of a Michigan Tech Department of Biomedical Engineering faculty mentor during the summer term.
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