This National Science Foundation supported Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program, pending funding approval, gives research opportunities to undergraduate students with priority to first generation college students and students from tribal colleges and other primarily undergraduate institutions. Participants work alongside UND faculty and students on interdisciplinary summer research projects at the intersection of chemistry, chemical engineering, and atmospheric sciences. Students also receive training in science communication and community outreach.
UND is currently in the Carnegie category of Doctoral Universities: Higher Research Activity (or R2) with exceptional research growth over the past twenty years. The university aims to “enhance discovery at a level consistent with most research-intensive universities, and as part of this strategic effort, support for undergraduate student research on campus is strong. Undergraduate students are encouraged and/or required to take active participation in scholarly work, and the College of Arts and
Sciences hosts an Undergraduate Showcase each semester to highlight high-quality undergraduate research.
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