Apply to Iowa, NSF REU program

University of Iowa
University of Iowa

The Computer Science Department at the University of Iowa will conduct a 10-week summer research program funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF). The site is motivated by the considerable strain on the U.S. healthcare system due to short-term challenges, such as those posed by the COVID-19 outbreak, and long-term trends, such as an aging U.S. population. Computer scientists are in a unique position to help solve these
and other problems in health and well-being. Ten participants will join their faculty mentor's research group to work on interdisciplinary projects.

• US citizen or permanent resident
• Major in Computer Science or related field
• Available to attend entire 10 weeks
• Full time student in good academic standing
• Returning for at least one semester of undergraduate study before graduation
• Students from populations underrepresented in STEM fields or from academic institutions with limited research opportunities are encouraged to apply
• Students with disabilities are encouraged to apply

Program Highlights:
• $6,000 stipend
• On-campus housing and food
• Mentored research experience
• Research Bootcamp
• Career development workshops
• Fun social events and more

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until all positions are filled.

To apply or learn more visit:

Contact Information:
Dr. Elizabeth Kleiman