The summer is a great time to enhance your resume with a research program, often for pay. We encourage you to find and apply for a program that suits your interests and goals.
Dr. Gigi B. Ray is the Coordinator of Summer Academic Programs. Dr. Ray works with students to identify summer programs of interest and prepare applications for these programs. The majority of summer programs are paid positions. They are available at universities and research institutes throughout the United States, including Georgia State University. Please note that the application deadlines generally fall in a narrow time window from January 15 to March 1.
Programs in the Atlanta area:
Programs throughout the United States:
Lists of Internships and Opportunities:National Science Foundation - Research Experience for Undergraduates (NSF-REU):
National Institutes of Health - Research and Training Opportunities (NIH):
Department of Energy - Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internships (DOE-SULI):
CIRRUS - Collected Internet Resources for Research by Undergraduate Students:
Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programs in Biological & Physical Sciences:
Summer Internships in Biological Sciences:
Biology & Biotechnology Paid Co-op/Internships:
Internships for Undergraduate Chemistry Students (ACS):
Pathways to Science Undergraduate Portal:
Internship and Fellowship Opportunities in Science (Science.gov):
Study Abroad Programs: