19 Sep Summer Research for Incoming First-Year Students at Clarkson University
The Honors Program offers unparalleled opportunities to conduct original research. Students must apply for research positions, but, after you’re accepted, work begins as early as the summer before you matriculate at Clarkson. This is a key part of our five-week Pre-Frosh Summer Research Program. In any of the following summers, you can apply to the Summer Research Program, doing up to 10 weeks of cutting-edge research in a Clarkson laboratory or working on an independent project under the guidance of a faculty member in engineering, business or the arts and sciences.
Summer research is one of the highlights of the Honors Program at Clarkson University. It is often recalled by graduating seniors as a transformative experience, both due to the cutting-edge research, design and creative skills acquired in the laboratory or field and the life-long friendships forged on picnics on summer evenings and weekends.
All Honors students in good standing are eligible to apply to conduct research work with a faculty advisor on campus in the summer. The Honors Program provides on-campus housing and a modest meal stipend. For current upperclass students who join our 10-week program, an additional stipend is available on a competitive basis. Students are housed on campus and participate in a variety of trips and other sponsored extracurricular activities, all while conducting research on campus and in the field.
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