CEDAR email: Deadline Extended: Summer Research Opportunities for Undergraduates in Solar, Terrestrial, and Space Weather Physics at New Jersey Institute of Technology

Kim, Hyomin hyomin.kim at njit.edu
Mon Feb 14 14:16:46 MST 2022

Dear colleagues,

The Institute of Space Weather Sciences (ISWS)
<https://centers.njit.edu/spaceweather/welcome/> at the New Jersey
Institute of Technology will host a Research Experience for Undergraduates
(REU) site in the summer of 2022 (May 23 to July 29, 2022), funded by the
National Science Foundation. The application deadline is extended to March
1, 2022.

Undergraduate students in STEM fields will be invited to Newark, New Jersey
for 10 weeks to engage in cutting-edge solar physics, terrestrial physics,
space weather, and big data research with space physicists, astronomers,
and computer scientists. A list of research projects offered can be viewed at
this link <https://sites.google.com/njit.edu/iswsreu/research-projects>.
Students will be provided a stipend of $6,000 for the 10-week program.
Additionally, travel, meal allowance, and accommodation are provided to
each student. Applications by members of under-represented groups are
encouraged. For more information about the program and online application,
please visit the ISWS REU website

We kindly ask our colleagues to spread the word to any prospective
undergraduate students who may be interested in this opportunity. A flyer
can be downloaded at this link

Kind regards,

Hyomin Kim, Bin Chen, Elena Moise

[image: NJIT logo] <https://www.njit.edu/> *Hyomin Kim*
Assistant Professor
Center for Solar-Terrestrial Research
Institute for Space Weather Sciences
hmkim at njit.edu • (973) 596-5704
104 Tiernan Hall, 161 Warren Street, Newark, NJ 07102
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