Wyoming EOD Programs
Wyoming EPSCoR EOD Programs and Opportunities
- Undergraduate Research Fellowships - Designed to support highly meritorious undergraduate students in the biological, physical and social sciences, engineering, mathematics; in certain areas of health sciences; and students in science and mathematics education in independent research projects.
- SRAP (Summer Research Apprentice Program) - An intensive, six week, paid summer research program held at the University of Wyoming. Students that have completed their sophomore year of high school by the time the summer program starts, and/or those that are current high school juniors and seniors are eligible. Other eligibility requirements include being a US citizen or permanent resident and ranking in the top 1/3 of high school class.
SRAP was designed in 1985 to provide minorities, first-generation college bound, and female students the opportunity to gain first-hand experience in science, mathematics, engineering, and other related science research. SRAP is funded by Wyoming NSF EPSCoR through the National Science Foundation grant (EPS-0447681).
Participants are chosen primarily, though not exclusively, from the Rocky Mountain region (including Nebraska and the Dakotas) to attend the program each summer. According to interest, participants are paired with a University of Wyoming professor and spend their days in the laboratory performing various research experiments.
Other Wyoming EOD Programs and Opportunities
- Undergraduate Research Fellowships - Research fellowships for undergraduate students to work with faculty mentors.
- INBRE - Transition programs for community college transfers to the University of Wyoming.
- McNair Scholars - Prepares undergraduate students from groups traditionally underrepresented in graduate education for success in doctoral degree programs.
- School of Energy Resources – University of Wyoming Various Undergraduate Programs - Fellowships and scholarships offered through the School of Energy Resources at the University of Wyoming.