The Center for Ultrafast Dynamics and Catalysis in Emerging Materials (C-UDCEM), a National Science Foundation funded Pathways to Research and Education in Materials (PREM) Center for Under-Represented Minorities (URM) is seeking multiple highly motivated and talented STEM undergraduate students, to join a cohort of PREM scholars and conduct ground-breaking research in advanced materials for 1-2 years with a fellowship stipend of $2500 per semester. Preferences will be given to URM students in good academic standings and high motivation. Application can be submitted via https://forms.office.com/r/ctuBTpV5PZ.
Start Date: 9/6/2022 - End Date: 9/5/2024
Type of Project
Individual or team
• Working 15-20 hours per week in world-leading research labs, collaboratively mentored by world-class researchers from both UCF and UW. • Conduct paid summer research at UW or other institutions with additional stipends and paid travel expenses. • Learn and interact with other PREM Scholars, researchers and invited speakers in monthly online PREM cohort meeting.
15 - 20 hours per week hour(s)
Highly motivated and talented STEM undergraduate students interested in advanced materials research.
Interested in Working With the Following Programs
For EXCEL URE Students Only
Honors Undergraduate Thesis
Independent Research Credit (4912)
Research and Mentoring Program
Submit application at: https://forms.office.com/r/ctuBTpV5PZ For more information visit: https://prem.cecs.ucf.edu/ Earn a fellowship stipend of $2500/semester in Spring and Fall semesters • Prepare you for high-paying jobs in high-tech industry through hands-on experience in materials growth and characterization. • Significantly boost your chances for being admitted to graduate school at top institutions with ample undergraduate research experience. • Help connect you to paid summer internships at universities and in industries • Build connections with world-renowned scientists and engineers by presenting and publishing your research.