Make Your Mark in the Laboratory
Project SUPER (Science for Undergraduates: A Program for Excellence in Research) offers STEM students the opportunity to participate in funded academic STEM research early in their education. Students have access to peer mentors, monthly STEM-related workshops, an Introduction to Scientific Research course, a research stipend for summer research, special STEM travel grants, and exceptional academic support.
A required course which outlines the many components necessary for conducting research. The course also places students in a research project for five hours per week.
Put your skills into practice by spending a summer in the lab. Learn by assisting cutting-edge faculty throughout the University community. Summer participants receive a stipend to help fund their work!
At this annual event, Project SUPER students present their final research findings to the Douglass and Rutgers STEM community.
Professional development activities engage students in networking, participation in conferences, and presentation of research. Project SUPER also provides academic support including peer-to-peer support, study groups, social activities, tutoring, and mentoring programs.
Ready to Apply?
Applications for Introduction to Scientific Research are currently closed.