Nuclear Regulatory Commission Historically Black Colleges & Universities Student Research Participation

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Description
Annual internships for undergraduate and graduate students attending historically black colleges or universities and are majoring in Computer Sciences, Earth Science, Geosciences, Engineering, Health Physics, Materials Science, Mathematics, Molecular/Radiation Biology, Performance and Risk Assessments, Physical Sciences, or Statistics relating to nuclear material control and accounting. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. Internship would run for 10-12 weeks for summer appointments (some part-time appointments of one year). Recipient would receive a weekly stipend of $500 for undergraduates and $600 for graduates; limited travel reimbursement, housing, academic credit offered for combination of research and coursework. Number of awards varies.

Website
http://www.orau.gov/orise.htm
Aid Type
Federal Scholarship

Number of Awards
Varies

Max Value of Awards
Varies

Due date
February 20th

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