NNF Pair Student Application

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NNF Pair Student Application

Nebraska Nanoscale Facility Professor/Student Pair Project


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For more information please contact:

Terese Janovec
Education/Outreach Coordinator
Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience
855 N 16th Street
Lincoln, NE 68588-0298
402-472-2716
tjanovec@unl.edu


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The Nebraska Nanoscale Facility (NNF) at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is a member of the NSF-funded National Nanotechnology Coordinated Infrastructure (NNCI) which includes 16 major research centers in nanomaterials throughout the US. NNF provides researchers from academia, government, and industry access to facilities with leading-edge instrumentation which enables innovations, discoveries, and contributions to education and commerce.

This summer NNF is offering 2017 Professor/Student Pair summer project opportunities in Lincoln, Nebraska. We are looking for faculty/student pairs from regional four-year colleges to participate in summer projects working with NNF faculty and equipment in a nanoscale science laboratory on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus (http://nanoscale.unl.edu/facilities).

If you are interested, please:

  1. Complete the fill in form below.
  2. Attach your CV/resume.
  3. Attach your transcript.

Application Due: March 1, 2017
Start Date: June 4, 2017

      Benefits
  • Competitive stipend: $4,500 for 10 weeks
  • Double-occupancy room and meal plan
  • Travel expenses to and from Lincoln
  • Campus parking and/or bus pass
  • Full access to the Campus Recreation Center and campus library system
  • Wireless internet access
      Eligibility

Participation in the Nebraska Nanoscale Facility Summer Research Program is limited to students who meet the following criteria:

  • U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Current undergraduate with at least one semester of coursework remaining before obtaining a bachelor's degree
      Events
  • Department seminars and presentations
  • Professional development workshops (e.g., applying to graduate school, taking the GRE)
  • Welcome picnic
  • Day trip to Omaha's Henry Doorly Zoo
  • Canoe and camping trip
  • Research symposium – A final Poster presentation about your project in August