Undergraduate Summer Research
The Summer 2023 Undergraduate Students
Applying for a Summer Intership
The Physics & Astronomy Program at Georgia State University often hires undergraduate research assistants during the summers. If you are an undergraduate student who is interested in carrying out physics or astronomy research, consider applying for a paid research position to work with a faculty member and their team. The start and end dates for the Summer Student Program are flexible, but will nominally cover the 12-week period from mid-May to mid-August. Pay will start at $15.00 per hour, for up to 40 hours per week. Applicants indicating an interest in astronomy will automatically be considered for the Raghavan Astronomy Student Fellowship.
If you are interested in applying for a possible position, please fill out the online application form and upload your CV/resume at the link given below. The deadline for filling the application is March 1st. If necessary, interviews will take place after the deadline. If you have questions, please feel free to email Dr. Mike Crenshaw ([email protected]).
Apply online here!
Download the Physics & Astronomy Summer Research flyer here!
Former Summer students, please know that our Summer Program/REU photo archive can be found here.
Kristin Baker and Kara Gartner at the 2020 conference for undergraduate women in physics at the University of Oklahoma
Depending on the research topics and their availability, students may also have a chance to present their summer research at physics or astronomy conferences.