Interns will be expected to work a maximum of 20 hours per week on one or more projects. Interns will generally be awarded for a single semester with the possibility of extension for outstanding students.
Potential Research Areas Current research opportunities are available within any of the research areas listed for the Center.
Brief descriptions of the currently scheduled research areas available for the summer of 2015 can be found at the CASPER Fellows Research Areas page.
Eligibility and Selection Criteria TSTC undergraduates interested in pursuing a career in the physical sciences are eligible. Applicants will be considered for appointment without regard to race, creed, color, sex, national origin, age, handicap status or any other non-merit factor. Appointment selection is competitive and will be based upon the following criteria: (1) scholarship, curriculum and experience, (2) career objectives and scientific interest, (3) match of applicant interest with available research projects within the department and (4) letters of recommendation. All internships will be located within one of the CASPER facilities located at the Baylor Research and Innovation Collaborative (BRIC). Applications are now being accepted. If you wish to apply and have questions concerning the application process or the specific work involved, please contact Mr. Jimmy Schmoke or Mr. Mike Cook by email.
You can apply via the Web (except for transcripts and recommendation letters which must be sent via mail as explained below) by filling out the form located here. All applications submitted via snail-mail must be typed and should include the following information:
The above applicant information (as well as any questions regarding the program) should be addressed to:
Dr. Truell W. Hyde, Director
Phone: (254) 710-3763 Fax: (254) 710-7309