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Biomechanical Research Experience for Undergraduates

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  • Biomechanical Research Experience for Undergraduates

    The Mechanical Engineering Department at the University of Kansas is
    proud to host a National Science Foundation Research Experience for
    Undergraduates (REU) site program for Biomechanical Engineering.
    Students from all engineering, mathematics, and science disciplines with
    an interest in biomechanics are encouraged to apply. The University of
    Kansas and the National Science Foundation are especially interested in
    students from under-represented groups (women and minorities) and
    students who have no research opportunities in this area at their home

    The ten-week REU program will begin on Wednesday, May 22, 2002 and end
    on Wednesday July 31, 2002. Students will receive a stipend of
    $3,500.00, as well as free on-campus housing and meals. Travel
    subsidies of up to $300 are also available to help defer participant
    expenses. Applications must be postmarked by March 15, 2002.

    I hope faculty will share this information with your talented students.
    More detailed information, project descriptions and an application form
    can be found on our website:

    If questions arise, please contact us at 785-864-3181 or

    Ken Fischer, PhD
    Program Director
    Biomechanical Engineering REU
    University of Kansas
    1530 W 15th St, Learned Hall 3013
    Lawrence, KS 66045
    Tel: 785-864-3181
    Fax: 785-864-5254

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