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KSRE Summer Research Fellowship Program

  2018 KSRE Summer Research Fellows & Diversity Programs Office Staff
Program Overview:

The Kansas State Research Extension (KSRE) Summer Research Fellowship is an eight-week paid fellowship designed for undergraduate students from land grant colleges and universities in the U.S. The program seeks to prepare students from minority groups for the dynamic and demanding work of graduate school, addressing the needs of agriculture based majors.

Program Objectives:

-Introduce students to the high standard work level of graduate school.
-Develop research, writing, and presentation skills.
-Promote leadership.
-Encouraging multicultural students to continue their education into a graduate level program.

Benefits:

-Hands on research experience
-Opportunity to work and build relationships with distinguished professors
-Housing, meals, and transportation expenses are covered
-Stipend provided for personal expenses

Who Can Apply:

To be deemed eligible to apply, applicants must:

-be a U.S. citizen
-U.S. permanent resident
-U.S. nationals or have received protected status
-completed at least four semesters of undergraduate study

 

Application

2020 K-State Research and Extension Summer Program Application

Flyer

2020 KSRE Application Flyer

Informational Material

Choose K-State for Undergraduate Research

Deadline

Applications available from November 1, 2019-February 7, 2020

Program Dates

2020: June 1 - July 24

K-State Research and Extension Website

http://www.ksre.ksu.edu/