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  • American Bar Foundation Summer Research Diversity Fellowships in Law and Social Science

    The American Bar Foundation sponsors a program of summer research fellowships to interest undergraduate students from diverse backgrounds in pursuing graduate study in the social sciences. The summer program is designed to introduce students to the rewards and demands of a research-oriented career in the field of law and social science. The Foundation conducts empirically based research on a broad range of civil and criminal justice issues.

  • Amgen Scholars Program in Science and Biotechnology

    Amgen Scholars will:

    Take part in important university research projects, gain hands-on lab experience and contribute to the advancement of science;

    Interact with and receive guidance from faculty mentors, including some of the world’s leading academic scientists; and

    Attend scientific seminars, workshops and other networking events.

  • Archaeology Laboratory

    Analysis of artifacts from prehistoric and historic archaeological sites.  Archaeological science, particularly micro analysis in archaeology: soil chemistry, microartifact analysis, paleoethnobotany, ceramic thin sections.

  • Benedict K. Zobrist Scholarship for European & Asian International Study

    The Benedict K. Zobrist Scholarship is designed to provide opportunities for undergraduate study in both Europe and Asia.  This $2,500 award is based on academic merit and quality of submitted application materials.

  • Benton J. Underwood Summer Research Fellowship

    Each summer the Psychology Department offers two or more undergraduates a Benton J. Underwood Summer Research Fellowship.  Students who accept these fellowships spend most of the summer working on research at Northwestern with a psychology professor. Both current juniors and current sophomores can apply. Priority is given to current juniors who are majoring in psychology, and work on an Underwood project often serves as the foundation for a senior thesis project.

  • Center for Developmental Therapeutics/Tumor Biology Core

    The Center of Developmental Therapeutics (CDT) was founded in 2009 with the mission of becoming an entry portal for pre-clinical drug development for university and external investigators.   The Tumor Biology Core (TBC), under the umbrella of the Center of the Developmental Therapeutic (CDT), provides services focused on supporting the translation of new therapeutics to the clinic. The TBC supports grant applications and can act as an already established translational Core on multi-investigator U and P type grants.

  • Chen Research Group

    Research in Chen Group has two main themes:

    • Ultrafast electronic and geometric structural dynamics in photochemical reactions for solar energy conversion processes, such as photoinduced charge separation, water splitting and catalytical reactions;
    • Electronic processes in organic and hybrid materials: Tracking and control ultrafast light induced energy and electron flow at molecular level and nanoscale for photovoltaic and molecular device applications.
  • Circumnavigators Travel-Study Grant

    Jointly funded by Northwestern University and the Circumnavigators Club Foundation, the Circumnavigators Travel-Study Grant Program offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.  The winner will receive a $9,000 award to travel to at least five different countries (excluding the U.S.

  • CLP Lambert Fellows Program

    The CLP Lambert Fellows Program is designed to provide multi-year funding for hands-on laboratory research for rising sophomores and juniors majoring in Chemistry under the mentorship of CLP faculty members.  The overall goal of the program is to create a cadre of enthusiastic, well-trained undergraduates who will be entrepreneurial in their approach to research. Fellowships will begin in the summer and continue throughout the academic year for a minimum period of two years.

  • CLP Undergraduate Summer Scholars Research Program

    The CLP Undergraduate Summer Scholars Research Program offers three competitive fellowships to Northwestern sophomores or juniors who have demonstrated, through course work and activities, that they are interested in pursuing multi-disciplinary graduate research in the sciences.