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MESA STUDENTS and EVERYONE ELSE!!!

Here's yet another SUMMER INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY.

This opportunity is through the National Nanofabrication Users Network, ANNOUNCING NNUN REU  Program June through August 2000!!!! READ short description below, and go to web site info AND TO DOWNLOAD APPLICATION AT   at http://www.nnun.org/reu/reu.html

                    APPLICATION DEADLINE FEBRUARY 28, 2000
                    Award Process Begins: March 28, 2001

                    During the summer of 2001 (June to August), the National 
                    Nanofabrication Users Network (NNUN) will host a Research
                    Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program. All
                    engineering and science students who have a genuine interest in
                    nanotechnology are eligible if they are entering their junior or
                    senior year in the fall of 2001. (In other words, you cannot be
                    graduating before the end of the program in August 2001.)
                    Also, applicants must be United States citizens or Permanent
                    Residents. International Students should visit http://www.iie.org

                    Forty-two undergraduates will be chosen to partake in this
                    ten-week program offering hands-on nanofabrication research
                    with applications to chemistry, electronics, materials science,
                    optics, optoelectronics, physics, and the life sciences. Minority
                    and female candidates are especially encouraged to apply.

                  The NNUN is a partnership of five research facilities: Cornell
                    University, Howard University, the Pennsylvania State
                    University, Stanford University and University of California at
                    Santa Barbara. We provide unparalleled opportunities for
                    researchers from many disciplines and organizations to
                    fabricate structures utilizing advanced nano- and
                    micro-fabrication technology.
 

 

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