Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College will host the 2015 IT Lab: Junior Summer Institute, a seven week paid summer fellowship program ($1,000) for rising seniors.
Students in CMU’s IT Lab will interact with top CMU faculty on research projects in urban systems, digital entertainment analytics, healthcare IT, and data privacy. Along with their experiential learning activities, IT Lab Fellows will take two summer courses at CMU, one in empirical methods and one in innovation.
Application Deadline: December 1, 2014
The IT Lab: Junior Summer Institute will accept applications from U.S. citizens/permanent residents pursuing STEM-related undergraduate degrees such as computer science, engineering, math, physics, information technology, or business information systems.
The IT Lab will provide its Fellows with a stipend of $1,000 in addition to completely covering the cost of participating in this unique summer fellowship opportunity. This includes tuition, books and supplies, transportation to and from Pittsburgh, housing, meals, and social functions.
The 2015 IT Lab: Junior Summer Institute will begin Friday, June 12 and conclude Saturday, August 1.
To be eligible for consideration, prospective students must meet all of the following qualifications:
1. Be entering his/her senior year in August 2015
2. Be a U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident
3. Have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or higher
4. Be in a STEM-related or other relevant major
5. Complete the online application
More information on the fellowship and the application process can be found on the CMU website.