Sustainability, Engineering, & the Environment (SEE) Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program at NC
Research Experience For Undergraduates
For ten weeks during the summer of 2008, selected undergraduate students from around the
While working with an outstanding group of research faculty, you will learn about engineering ethics and environmentally conscious manufacturing. You will also have the opportunity to attend the 12th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference in
1. Develop future leaders in green engineering by their involvement in research projects related to sustainability, with a focus on cross-cutting issues in energy and green processing;
2. Provide students from undergraduate institutions and groups that have been traditionally underrepresented in engineering (e.g., African-American, Hispanic,
and women) the research experience necessary to stimulate their interest and enhance their success in graduate engineering training.
3. Develop in participants disciplined thinking related to the ethical and economic motivations for applying sustainable to practices all phases of manufacturing, product usage, and disposal.
If you are interested in learning more about summer research opportunities, contact Phyllis Hilliard at (919) 513-4678 or by email at email@example.com
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the stipend?
The stipend is $4,500 for the 10 weeks of the program and is paid directly to the student. Taxes will be deducted.
Can International Students apply?
All students must be a United States Citizen or Permanent Resident.
Is Room and Board included?
YES! You will be living on the campus of
How competitive is the program?
VERY. We are looking for students interested in research, who have a good work ethic, and a sincere interest in the projects. We are seeking students who have an interest in continuing their education and want to become leaders in their professions.
How do I apply?
The application for the SEE program is available on-line at www.che.ncsu.edu/reu. Applications and reference forms can also be emailed to Phyllis Hilliard, or sent by FAX directly to the Chemical Engineering Department at NCSU (FAX number: 919-515-3465). Postal Address, Attn: Phyllis Hilliard, Sustainability, Engineering Environment (SEE) Undergraduate Research Program, Chemical Engineering, Campus
We are committed to providing students from all backgrounds with an opportunity for professional growth in a rich and diverse research environment. Join us for a challenging and rewarding research experience!
National Science Foundation / North Carolina State University/Kenan Center for the Utilization of CO2 in Manufacturing