UND Open Houses
UND regularly organizes Open Houses giving students an opportunity to experience "a day in the life" of a UND student. Click on the following link to learn more about the UND open house, its activities and to register. http://und.edu/admissions/enrollment/open-house.cfm
Air Pollution Workshop for High School Students
Since 2007, the Air Pollution workshop is the annual outreach initiative organized typically during the UND spring break in the Chemistry Department for high schools students funded by NSF. The aim of the workshop is fun and interactive experience while seeing the UND life. High school students usually come as groups. For more information about workshop and to contact us, visit our web site.
Undergraduate Scholarships with Mathematics and Science Training in Environmental Research
The National Science Foundation has awarded to the University of North Dakota Science Team a grant to support a scholarship program to students in biology, chemistry, geography and mathematics. The goal is recruiting and providing support for the talented (1st year or transfer) students with financial needs who are completing a major in sciences. US MASTER scholarship program will provide financial support for up to 4 years (if renewal criteria are satisfied) covering tuition & fees with support of up to $10,000 a year, depending on the financial aid eligibility and qualifying to the selection/eligibility criteria.
Undergraduate students may apply for a variety of scholarships including presidential scholarships, North Dakota Students Scholarships and others. More information is provided by the UND Financial Aid Office.
REU Summer Research Experience for Undergraduates
SUNRISE Education and Research Program in Department of Chemistry, Department of Chemical Engineering, offers annually a 10-week Summer Research Experience for Undergraduate students. The focus of this experience is on the development of innovative solutions to the sustainable energy problems currently faced by our society.Each undergraduate student will gain professional research experience working with world-class UND researchers. A variety of social activities are planned to enrich your summer in Grand Forks.
To learn more information about REU click here.
Advanced Undergraduate Research Awards is an annual program offered by the North Dakota Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (ND EPSCoR). This program offers to upper-division undergraduate students conducting summer and fall research as members of mentoring faculty research teams. The undergraduate students may apply to this program by Noon, March 4, 2011. There is a number of projects students can apply to; three of those are projects by Chemistry faculty. To learn more about AURA and for application click here.