There are two separate Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) programs: ASPIRE and QoLT. Both programs are supported by the National Science Foundation and offer the same stipend, housing opportunities, and laboratory accommodations. Please read the program descriptions to decide which is a better fit for your academic interests and professional goals.
Technology and Innovation for People with Disabilities (TIPeD) is a project-driven, team-based experiential learning program funded by National Collegiate Innovators and Inventors Alliance (NCIIA) to support undergraduate students’ learning of entrepreneurship and innovation of technology for people with disabilities.
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