Carbon Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program
- Carbon Undergraduate Research Fellowship Application Requirements and Instructions (Deadline March 1)
- Previous Carbon Fellows
- Loyola Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (Apply Online)
The Carbon Fellowship program offers a full two-year, interdisciplinary research opportunity for undergraduate students majoring in Biology, Bioinformatics, Chemistry, Computer Science, Environmental Science, Mathematics, Neuroscience, Physics or Statistics. Students must have a junior standing when they enter the program and will work closely with faculty mentors. The program is designed for students who plan to pursue research in graduate or professional schools.
The fellowship program enables students to gain practical experience in interdisciplinary scientific research. The program increases student scientific literacy, critical thinking, and verbal and written communication skills while developing a student's leadership potential and sense of social responsibility.
For more information, contact the Institute of Environmental Sustainability (IES) located in room 422 of the Life Sciences Building (773-508-8255; firstname.lastname@example.org). IES staff can provide details on the application process and can assist students in pairing with faculty who are conducting research in an area of interest to the students.