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The Wyoming EPSCoR Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program provides support for outstanding undergraduate students in Biological Sciences, Geosciences, Hydrology, Computational Sciences, Physical Sciences, Social Sciences, Engineering and Mathematics.
The students are eligible to receive up to $750 during the fall and spring semesters and $3,500 in the summer. The Fellowships are awarded on the basis of the scholarship of the student, the proposed research activity and the mentoring by the faculty member. Literature reviews and survey research are not ordinarily considered for these awards.
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Undergraduates in the sciences, mathematics, engineering, certain areas of health sciences (disciplines supported by the NSF rather than the NIH) and students in science and mathematics education who will complete their Bachelor’s degree at the University of Wyoming. First generation college students, minorities and women are especially encouraged to apply.
Please contact Lisa Abeyta if you have any questions about the application process.
Application process is the same each time you apply. Letters of recommendation can be used for two consecutive semesters. For example, if you were accepted for the fall fellowship, we will use your letters of recommendation for the spring. After that, when you re-apply, you will need current letters. Additionally, fellows who are reapplying need to include a brief discussion of the EPSCoR-supported research they have done under past fellowships.
Applications undergo careful review by a panel of UW faculty members based on the following:
For further information or if you have any questions please contact Lisa Abeyta.
In addition to performing the research for the project, all Fellows are required to
Wyoming EPSCoR Undergraduate Fellowships are funded by Wyoming NFS EPSCoR through 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.