Summer Research Fellowships in Biomolecular Engineering

Thank you for your interest in the Penn State Department of Chemical Engineering’s summer research fellowships in biomolecular engineering.

At this time, we are no longer accepting applications for the 2016 program. Please check back for information regarding future programs.


The Department of Chemical Engineering offers a summer research fellowship in biomolecular engineering to outstanding Penn State undergraduate students majoring in chemical engineering. The fellowship is made possible by a special endowment to the department and awards students $6,000 for summer research.

  • Objective: Provide outstanding students at Penn State an opportunity to conduct research with faculty in the Department of Chemical Engineering on cutting-edge problems in the area of biomolecular engineering.
  • Eligibility: Students must be undergraduates at Penn State majoring in chemical engineering.
  • Requirements: Students will spend 10 weeks working as research assistants during the summer of 2016. The program begins May 31, and all program activities will be coordinated through the Chemical Engineering REU program. Students will also be expected to prepare a poster and participate in the REU Symposium in early August.
  • Apply: Applications are due by February 28, 2016.

Research Projects

The Department of Chemical Engineering research fellowship in biomolecular engineering offers students the opportunity to take part in many research projects within the department. Students are able to collaborate with faculty and graduates students on multifaceted research in a number of bimolecular disciplines.

Students also gain hands-on experience and critical laboratory knowledge, which will translate into future work and research opportunities. We invite students to learn more about these unique opportunities by visiting the faculty research links below.

Please Note: We recommend that interested students contact faculty members directly before applying to the program to discuss the application process and their intent to list the faculty as one of their choices

Faculty Research Descriptions

Contact Information

Phillip Savage, Ph.D.
Chemical Engineering Department Head and Walter L. Robb Family Endowed Chair
814-867-5876
psavage@engr.psu.edu

 
 

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