The Office of Student Engagement and Experiential Learning (OSEEL) has announced the new Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP).
SROP was created to promote access to undergraduate research during the summer months. SROP will support between eight and 10 students who will work on faculty-mentored research from June 17 through Aug. 10.
In SROP, students see what research looks like in their field of study; learn how to write a formal research proposal; gain experience working alongside talented NIU faculty; attend professional and academic enrichment activities; and receive housing, meals and a generous stipend.
Admission to SROP will be offered on a competitive basis to those individuals who, at the application deadline, are full-time students enrolled at NIU; are sophomores, juniors or seniors (who are not graduating in spring or summer 2013); and have a GPA of 3.0 or better.