News & Opportunities

Biology instructors bring the Undergraduate Research Symposium to the classroom

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While the majority of students presenting at the Undergraduate Research Symposium have conducted independent faculty-mentored research, many still are participating due to the creativity of the Biology Department’s instructors. Bringing the symposium into the classroom encourages students to improve their presentation skills and helps prepare them for an important aspect of their scientific careers: to effectively communicate their research and engage a wide audience of people.

Smith talks about engaging in research and presenting at the Undergraduate Research Symposium

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Research for credit opportunity in WashU Early Emotional Development Program

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Research for credit opportunity in Developmental Psychopathology and Emotional Development in Early Childhood—Preschool Children/ Mood Disorders

Post-bacc research opportunity in translational neuroscience

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The Aravamuthan Lab interested in hiring motivated individual to study movement disorders after neonatal brain injury

Apply now for the PIDS Summer Research Scholars Award

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Open to undergraduate students pursuing medical or scientific research degrees, the award supports scholarship in pediatric infectious diseases.

Applications now open for the Newman Exploration Travel Fund

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Washington University Libraries are now accepting applications for the 2022 Newman Exploration Travel (NEXT) Fund.

Post-baccalaureate research opportunities in myeloid malignancies

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Opportunities for graduating students interested in a career in medical research.

Research opportunity in WashU Physics Department

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Take part in innovative research projects related to atomically-thin materials and topological quantum computation.

Post-bacc research position in WashU Department of Biomedical Engineering

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The Setton Laboratory in WashU Department of Biomedical Engineering has immediate need for an individual to work with a multidisciplinary research group on models of spine disease.

Present at the Virtual Stanford Research Conference 2022

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SRC 2022 will be held virtually April 9-10, 2022. Application deadline is February 18, 2022.

A river runs through it

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Jordan Neeley, a junior studying environmental earth science, once asked the same question that many visitors ask: What is a shut-in?

Research opportunity in WashU's Laboratory for Child Brain Development

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WashU's Laboratory for Child Brain Development is interested in recruiting undergraduate research assistants.

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The OUR maintains lists of undergraduate research opportunities available on campus and elsewhere. 

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