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Student Programs and Fellowships|Wyoming EPSCoR

EPSCoR Student Programs and Fellowships

Wyoming NSF EPSCoR offers various programs for high school and undergraduate students looking for research opportunities.  Participation in these programs is an excellent way for students to prepare for college, to gain quality experience in research, and to prepare for graduate programs.

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Summer Research Apprentice Program (SRAP) is an intensive, six week, paid summer research program for high school students that targets minorities, first-generation college bound, and females.

Undergraduate Fellowships are provided up to 25 students at the University of Wyoming in the fall and spring semesters for $750 as well as in the summer for $3,500. Students must apply with a proposal addressing their intended research and have the support of a faculty member. Application can be found here.

Undergraduate Research Day is an annual event held during the spring semester to recognize and celebrate the research accomplishments of undergraduates around the state. These programs are made possible through funding provided by the National Science Foundation grant (EPS-0447681).  Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

Other Opportunities for Students:

Middle School and younger:
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