Student Research Opportunities for 2019

The Keck Geology Consortium, with support from the National Science Foundation (EAR 1659322), offers distinctive research experiences for undergraduates (REU).

Typically, several different projects are available in each of two distinctive programs that are designed for students with different educational backgrounds and interests:

Gateway Program

For rising sophomores (and rare juniors) who are considering a major in science or earth science.

Gateway research experiences are designed to deepen student’s understanding of the nature of the earth sciences and its intersections with socially relevant issues.

Important Dates

15 Feb:  Applications due (2020 Projects)

16 Mar:  Draft Contributions due to Proj. Dir. (2019 Projects)

15 Mar:  Acceptance letters sent (2020 Projects)

30 Mar: Contributions due Keck Office (2019 Projects)

Application Process
Application for 2020 Projects (closed)

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Advanced Program

Designed to provide rising senior (and rare junior) earth science majors an opportunity to apply their knowledge and skill to collaborative problem-solving during summer, followed by an entire academic year of deeper questioning, data collection, analysis, and dissemination.