Summer Research Projects
All Fort Lewis College students are invited to apply for summer research positions within the Department of Chemistry. Come join our energetic faculty and participate in independent, cutting-edge research in chemistry this summer. Opportunities are available in analytical chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology, natural products, organic chemistry, and polymer chemistry.
- A strong interest in carrying out scientific studies
- A willingness to work hard and have fun
- A willingness to make a commitment for 10 weeks of the summer
- Curiosity about the natural world
What you will get in return:
- Depending on funding there may be a stipend or class credit (Chem 380/381) available
- The opportunity to generate new scientific knowledge by discovering things no one has known about before
- Invaluable experience in practical research techniques
- An outstanding entry for your resume
- Opportunities for leadership within the chemistry community
FLC students (Dan Yeager, Marcus Warriner, Antonia Atene, and Kolette Dayish), presenting
their research at the 2014 FLC Undergraduate Student Research Symposium.
Dr. Les Sommerville with MARC
research trainee, Nellie McLean.
For more information, please contact the research advisor in your chosen area of study:
Please see Debra Moses in Chem 140 for the application or click here to download the 2015 Summer Research Application. The applications are due on Thursday, February 26th. Applicants will be notified shortly thereafter.
The MARC U*STAR Program
The Maximizing Access to Research Careers - Undergraduate Student Training in Academic Research Program (MARC U*STAR) at Fort Lewis College is funded by a research training grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, one of the National Institutes of Health.
The Program prepares Native American, African American Hispanic and Pacific Islander students majoring in scientific disciplines to pursue Ph.D.s and long term careers in biomedical and behavioral science research. For more information, please visit the MARC U*STAR web site.