Clarkson University Offering Aquatic Sciences, Engineering, and Technology Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates

February 6, 2024

Clarkson University is once again offering its Aquatic Sciences, Engineering, and Technology Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (ASET-REU) program to undergraduate students who are looking for summer research opportunities.

Image
Two female students examine a green leafy plant held by the student on the left, while the student on the right peers over her shoulder.

The ASET-REU program is a 10-week immersive research experience serving 10 undergraduate students with summer-based research in a range of disciplines organized in the broad categories of aquatic natural sciences, aquatic sustainability sciences, and aquatic resource engineering.

ASET-REU will focus on environmental research in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River watershed. The program includes a programmatic emphasis on Indigenous Traditional Ecological Knowledge of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River with the community of Akwesasne, the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe.

Scholars will be diverse in perspective, discipline, and demographics with intentional recruitment from a variety of institution types, grade levels, and disciplines and sub-disciplines.

Scholars will develop a diverse background and interdisciplinary network, foster an understanding of research, create strong relationships with mentors and peers, and acquire experiences in all aspects of research, motivating them toward and positioning them for a STEM career.

Participants will receive a $6,000 stipend, round-trip travel arranged by Clarkson to and from Potsdam, and on-campus housing.

The application deadline for Clarkson’s ASET-REU program is February 23. For more information about the ASET-REU program at Clarkson University and to apply, visit clarkson.edu/about/departments/aset-research-experience-undergrads-reu.
 

Clarkson University is a proven leader in technological education, research, innovation and sustainable economic development. With its main campus in Potsdam, N.Y., and additional graduate program and research facilities in the Capital Region and Hudson Valley, Clarkson faculty have a direct impact on more than 7,800 students annually through nationally recognized undergraduate and graduate STEM-designated degrees in engineering, business, science and health professions; executive education, industry-relevant credentials and K-12 STEM programs. Alumni earn salaries among the top 2% in the nation: one in five already leads in the c-suite. To learn more go to www.clarkson.edu.
Photograph for media use is available at:
/sites/default/files/2024-02/aset-reu_1.jpg

Width: 1620px
Height: 1080px