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The Texas A&M Sociology Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) offers summer fellowships to do world class research.
This program is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) under grant #1757813.
Research Projects and Activites: At a Glance
Nationally known faculty will involve students in on-going research projects in the following areas:
- Health disparities
- Residential segregation
- Disparities in education
- Disparities in housing and neighborhoods
- Quantitative analysis of disparities
- Mapping and other visualization of disparities
- Communicating social science research
- Disparities in criminal justice outcomes and familial impacts
- Experimental research on reducing inequality in groups
- Measurement of racial and ethnic categories
- Participation in research project working with faculty supervisor/mentor
- Participation in advanced undergraduate seminar in research methods
- Mentoring and guest speakers focusing on graduate training and careers in social science research
- Preparing for and completing the Graduate Record Exam (GRE)
- Presenting research findings at end-of-program Research Symposium and at a professional conference
- Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
- Tentative Dates: June 3 – July 26, 2019
- We can accommodate schedule changes on a case-by-case basis; please apply even if these dates conflict with your class schedule.
- Stipend, room, board, and program travel provided
2019 Cohort Application Deadline has passed.
- The 2020 application will be available in Fall 2019.
- Eligible students can apply directly by completing the instructions on the application page of our website.
NSF program guidelines stipulate that students must be US Citizens or permanent residents and be working toward a four-year degree (graduating December 2019 or later). In addition, our program requires that students have the support and endorsement of a home campus faculty mentor.