All scholars are encouraged to participate in research whether on or off campus. Having research experience is essential for graduate programs and higher opportunities as an LSAMP scholar.
Institute for Broadening Participation
Programs and professional development resources for current and prospective undergraduate students -- research experiences for undergraduates (REU), scholarships, and travel and research opportunities.Find out Opportunities from IBP
The STEMUndergrads.science.gov site was established to be the primary source for searching Federally-sponsored opportunities for undergraduate students and undergraduate programs in STEM areas. These opportunities range from scholarships and research internships.Find out Opportunities from STEMUndergrads
National Science Foundation
The NSF has plenty of REUs to choose from on their website. Click on the image above for more details.Find out Opportunities from NSF
U.S. Department of Energy
Looking for a paid internship opportunity? Look at the U.S. Department of Energy SULI program. Click on the image above for more details.Find out Opportunities from U.S. Department of Energy
Now is an exciting time for you. Your future is ahead, and the possibilities seem endless. Learn more about our internship, development programs and entry-level opportunities.Find out Opportunities from EATON
What is a REU?
A REU* consists of a close collaboration between a select group of undergraduate students, faculty, and other researchers who conduct a specific research project at a host institution. Students may be compensated for their research to help pay housing and travel fees.¹ *Research Experience for Undergraduates 1Information gathered from the NSF