CASPER offers summer research opportunities for college graduate and undergraduate students as well as high school students.
CASPER's Summer Research Experiences for Undergraduate Program (sponsored by the National Science Foundation, Baylor University and CASPER) offers outstanding undergraduates an opportunity for active research participation with Baylor University faculty. The primary purpose of the Summer Research Program is to expose undergraduates interested in graduate research to an actual research environment. The ten week program begins (dependent upon funding) around the first of June and ends around the middle of August. (The starting and ending dates are flexible and may be adjusted by up to a week to fit school schedules.) Fellows are paid a stipend of $5000 for the ten weeks, a $1000 housing allowance and up to a maximum of $400 toward travel expenses.
CASPER's Internship Program (sponsored by CASPER) offers outstanding undergraduates the opportunity to pursue a cooperative experience while at the same time becoming active in research with Baylor University faculty within the CASPER labs. CASPER co-ops are available year round with applications accepted at the beginning of each semester.
CASPER's Summer High School Scholars Program (sponsored by Baylor University and CASPER) offers outstanding high school students an opportunity to obtain college credit while participating as part of an active research team with Baylor University faculty within the CASPER labs. This program exposes talented high school students interested in research to an actual University research environment. The four week program begins around the first of July and ends around the first of August.