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Research at EIU

By engaging in research along with doing your coursework, you diversify your skillset, add to your resume, and develop relationships with your faculty advisor, labmates, and peers. Research and internship experiences open the door to future job and career opportunities.

The Pine Honors College offers information about Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs) and funding opportunities through the URSCA grant.

Look to your department's page for more.

Biological Sciences Physics
Chemistry and Biochemistry Psychology - research and internships
Geology and Geography Sociology, Anthropology & Criminology
Math and Computer Science  

 

Additional Research & Scholarship Opportunities

National Science Foundation's Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)

Work in a research program at one of many universities or research institutions in the United States. In an REU, you will work closely with a faculty member, researchers, and fellow undergraduates. Participants are granted stipends and, often, financial support for housing and travel.

 

U.S. Government Agency opportunities (DOE, EPA, NIH, NOAA, USDA, USGS, etc.)

A search portal for federally-sponsored research internships and scholarships for undergraduates.

 

Fully-funded STEM programs

Summer research, scholarships, fellowships, and other fully funded STEM programs.

 

EIU Career Center: Handshake

Explore career options, find jobs and internships for students, and connect with employers.

 

Additional Career Opportunities

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Diversifying Higher Education Faculty in Illinois Program (DFI)

The goal of DFI is to increase the number of minority full-time tenure track faculty and staff at Illinois’ two- and four-year, public and private colleges and universities. Must currently be a graduate student to apply. Please contact Dr. Mona Davenport, Executive Director of Minority Affairs, before applying.

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College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Eastern Illinois University
2210 Doudna Fine Arts Center
217-581-2922


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