Summer Programs in Undergraduate Research (SPUR): 10 programs offering hands-on research experience working in the lab of a distinguished UCLA faculty member for eight to ten weeks in the summer.
BISEP: A 6-week summer program for students completing their freshman year in a life science, chemistry or biochemistry major at UCLA.
Brain Research Institute Summer Undergraduate Research Program (BRI-SURE)
BRIDGE PROGRAM for COMMUNITY COLLEGE STUDENTS: The Summer Bridge Program provides community college students an opportunity to work full time in the research lab of a UCLA faculty member. Students receive a stipend, learn research skills, and attend seminars to prepare them for successful transfer and introduce them to academic research and careers in science. Please Note: The UCLA Bridge Program is currently on hiatus, please
check back with us later to learn more about the program's status.
Amgen Scholars Program: A National program to increase learning and networking opportunities for students committed to pursuing a career in biomedical science. The 24 students selected for this program (12 UCLA undergraduates and 12 from other 4-year colleges and universities) will work 10-weeks in a UCLA laboratory. They will also take writing workshops and attend lively weekly seminars with invited faculty.
cience, Engineering and Math Summer Research Program:
The CARE SEM Summer Research Program is a 10-week opportunity for UCLA undergraduates to undertake research with a UCLA faculty. If the student does not already have a faculty mentor, the student will be matched with a mentor that fits with the student's interests.
Research in Industrial Projects for Student (RIPS) Research in Industrial Projects for Students (RIPS): A nine-week summer research program for undergraduates in the sciences, math and engineering, sponsored by the Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics. Student teams work on industrial projects sponsored by industry, such as Pixar, Symantec, and JPL. Apply by Feb. 15.
Please also see the link at the left to learn more about summer programs at other institutions.