The Materials Science and NanoEngineering (MSNE) department offers research experience for Rice University graduate students enrolled in the MSNE Professional Master’s program. Each student will have a faculty mentor who will guide them through a summer research project. Selected students will participate in a 3 month (40 hours per week) program from with a $6,000 stipend paid semi-monthly.
During the summer, students attend weekly group meetings with their respective research groups and faculty mentors and participate in research activities with the other graduate students and postdocs. Participants will have an opportunity to work closely with a MSNE faculty member in an area of interest (ex. Nanotechnology, Energy Conversion and Storage, Metallurgy, Surfaces, Interfaces, etc.).
Learn more about MSNE faculty and research.
Rice University MSNE Professional Master’s students in good academic standing are eligible to apply. This includes current students and students who will graduate in May 2020, and have applied for OPT. We have three positions available this summer.
For MMSNE current students, there are two positions available for the summer internship. There is one resarch assistant position available for a MMSNE post graduate student (student graduating in May 2020)
Applications are due Tuesday, March 31 at 5pm. The application process involves a short questionnaire accompanied with a CV, unofficial transcript and research abstract (if applicable). The program committee will meet to select winners.
Please email Kim Hardy with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click HERE to complete the online application.