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APPLICATION PROCEDURE (Applications for 2019 are closed)

We are now accepting applications for the Summer 2019 REU program - Complexity Across Disciplines (CAD). We welcome applications from current undergraduate students with strong interests in mathematics, science, technology, or engineering.  We encourage applications from students who are also members of a group underrepresented in STEM fields (e.g. women, African Americans, Hispanics, American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, Pacific Islanders, persons with disabilities) or who are enrolled in a minority, women's, or non-doctoral institution. The 2019 REU program will award up to ten NSF fellowships. We welcome foreign undergraduates attending a US educational institution and who have funding from other sources to also apply to our program. 

Applicants must not yet have graduated with an undergraduate degree at the time of the REU. Only U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the United States and its possessions are eligible for fellowships from the National Science Foundation. We welcome foreign undergraduates attending a US educational institution and who have funding from other sources to also apply to our program. 

Application Deadline
The deadline for the submission of all required application documents is March 1, 2019

Application Requirements
For a complete application the following materials must be submitted online via mathprograms.org.
  • A curriculum vitae.
  • A personal statement which includes information about prior research experience, honors and awards received, fields of interest related to the projects, and your reason for choosing to participate in the REU program at Boise State University.
  • A copy of your college/university transcript.
  • Two faculty letters of recommendation. These should be from faculty members that can evaluate your ability, and should be submitted directly by the faculty member. Letters of recommendation must be submitted online via mathprograms.org. Once you specify your letter writers and their e-mail addresses, they will receive an e-mail with instructions on how to submit their letters of recommendation online via mathprograms.org.

Awarded students will receive a stipend, three upper division college credits from Boise State University, free on-campus housing, funds to cover the travel expenses to and from the REU site and funding to support travel to an upcoming national conference.


Please feel free to contact the Program Director, Dr. Liljana Babinkostova by sending an email to liljanababinkostova@boisestate.edu or visit our FAQ webpage.