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Indiana University Bloomington

Department of Biology

Undergraduate Studies

Microbiology Undergraduate Summer Research Program Award

Established by Professor Emeritus L. S. McClung and his friends in 1989. This award provides funding to a Microbiology student performing L490 or its equivalent research on the Bloomington campus during Summer Session 2014.

Eligible:

Microbiology students enrolled in at least one hour of L490 (or CHEM-C409 or MSCI-M450) on the Bloomington campus during Summer Session 2014.

Criteria:

First preference given to recipients of the L. S. McClung Scholarship; other highly qualified Microbiology students are also eligible.  Award recipient must write a paper in the form of a publishable manuscript. (Paper must define a hypothesis; describe why this is important; propose an experimental test of the hypothesis; carry out the experiment and interpret the results and impact of the evaluation of the hypothesis; and finally, propose future work.)

Award:

$3,500

Special Application Materials:

Submit all materials listed on the application instructions, plus a brief description of your research.

The faculty member with whom you work should submit separately a letter evaluating your research.

Learn More:

Read more about Leland McClung and the most recent award recipients »

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