Compiled here is a list of research opportunities on campus that have been available in previous years. Please direct questions to program contact listed on each website as they are all different.
Summer Research in Statistics
NSF Funding: Computer & Information Science & Engineering
AI Internships https://www.nsf.gov/crssprgm/reu/list_result.jsp?unitid=5049
Summer Research in Computer Science (CURIS)
The CURIS program is a research program in Computer Science. Its goal is to encourage CS undergraduates, as well as masters students, to get involved in CS research with faculty mentors. CURIS has two parts, the first is a summer program for undergraduates. Students work with a faculty member, as part of his/her group, for an entire summer, with the goal of producing an identifiable research result. Students will receive a stipend or salary.
The Stanford Undergraduate Research In Mathematics (SURIM) program is continuing once again next summer, and the application period has begun. For information about the program, examples of activities/projects in previous years, and a link to the application form (deadline around middle of winter quarter), please go to:
Summer Research program in Biosciences
The Stanford Summer Research Program is an umbrella program that hosts students who are funded through various sources, including the Amgen Scholars Program, the Stanford Genetics Department, and the Stanford Medicine Dean's Office.
SESUR - Summer research at Stanford Earth
Hopkins Marine Station
Application will go live the first week of October: https://biox.stanford.edu/usrp2019
Application deadline: Friday, December 7th, 2018 at 5:00pm PST.
TomKat Center for Sustainable Energy
Mentoring Undergraduates in Interdisciplinary Research (MUIR) - Stanford Woods Institute
The Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment’s MUIR program provides stipends of $7,000 to full- and part-time Stanford undergraduate students to conduct interdisciplinary environmental research for 10 weeks during the summer.
Other Stanford Resources