This award from the Division of Chemistry (CHE) of the National Science Foundation (NSF) supports a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Site at Georgia Southern (GS) University called CEMITURE (CollaborativE Multidisciplinary Investigations Through Undergraduate Research Experiences). The program is led by mentors in the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department.
CEMITURE participants will engage in intensive research and professional development activities that promote their growth as scientists. They will work directly with faculty mentors and side-by-side with their peers to develop skills that solidify their self-identities as scientists. The CEMITURE experience will be augmented by active involvement in educational, social and professional development activities such as training in scientific communication and workshops on career preparation, leadership, and ethics.
Participants will build a community of scholars with their peers and GS faculty; enhance their preparation for success in graduate programs; endeavor to use their knowledge and expertise in science to make significant contributions to their communities and the wider society; and gain a global perspective of STEM fields.
Undergraduate students supported by NSF funds must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or its possessions.
Click here for the official award abstract from NSF.
Last updated: 9/18/2018