Internships serve as a means of  active learning, an experience to refer to, and a stepping stone to employment & a career. Undergraduate students are encouraged and invited to use this page to aid find an internship in.


If you are a student at Langston University and need assistance applying to internships (including help with supplemental information) contact LINC’s Education Coordinator: Brittanie Atkinson, MS Hamilton hall room 313 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Phone: (405)466-3313 Fax:(405)466-3638



General STEM



The Summer Undergraduate Research Program at Emory (SURE)  Last day to submit passed after February 2013.


The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) Program at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center Last day to submit passed after February 15, 2013, 5:00PM EST.


The Naval Research Enterprise Intern Program (NREIP) the last day to submit passed after January 7th, 2013


Kitt Peak National Observatory (KPNO), a division of the National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO), Last day to submit passed after Thursday, January 31st, 2013. Click here for more information.


The Nebraska Summer Research Program  The Nebraska Summer Research Program has the following areas to choose to intern in:

 Last day to submit passed after Friday, February 15.


OK-INBRELast day to submit passed after January 31st, 2013.


Oklahoma EPSCoR  Last day to submit passed after Friday, March 1st, 2013.


The Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship (MLEF), sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Fossil Energy, is a 10-week summer internship program that provides opportunities to students who are pursuing a STEM degree. The goal of the program is to improve opportunities for minority and female students in these fields, but all eligible candidates are encouraged to apply. Undergraduate candidates will receive a $6,000 stipend during the program, in addition to approved transportation expenses to and from the internship site and technical forum location.




The Department of Biological Engineering (BE) Last day to submit passed after February 15, 2013. 


Bioinformatics Summer Institute (BSI) Last day to submit passed after March 15th, 2013



Computer Science/Technology



The American Physical Society and IBM Last day to submit passed after February  1st, 2013.



The Maryland Engineering Research Internship Teams (MERIT) program combines cutting-edge, team-based research with technical and educational seminars. Students typically work in teams of two or three and are supervised jointly by faculty members and graduate students. The University of Maryland's Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, with support from the National Science Foundation is offering exciting research opportunities for undergraduate students in the broad area of electrical engineering.  MERIT students receive a $5,000 stipend for their summer work, plus on campus housing and partial travel support (if they reside outside of the Greater Washington, DC/Baltimore Metropolitan area).


The Extreme Blue™ program is IBM's premier internship program for top-notch students pursuing software development degrees. students will get a challenging work experience on ambitious projects while exercising their skills in a great work environment. The Extreme Blue program will give students the opportunity to interact with both senior engineers, executives, and other exceptional students from across the country; access to scientists and business leaders as part of the ongoing lecture series; and a competitive compensation package.





CSHL’s Undergraduate Research Program (URP)  Last day to submit passed after January 15th, 2013.


The application for the Opportunities in Genomics Research (OGR) Programs opened on December 3, 2012, and students can begin to apply. There are two OGR programs: The OGR Undergraduate Scholars Program (eight-week summer program) or the OGR Extensive Study Program (one-year post-baccalaureate program). Both include conducting research in genomics and genetics as well as disciplines such as: cancer biology, molecular biology, immunology, and others. Supplemental activities for the programs include: GRE preparation, journal club, seminars and career counseling and workshops. We also provide a competitive stipend/salary, housing (summer program only), and travel to St. Louis.


Project IMHOTEP Last day to submit passed after January 31st, 2013.


Via SRIP the University of Virginia School of Medicine offers summer research internship opportunities to qualified college undergraduates considering a career in biomedical research. The program targets, but is not limited to, racially and ethnically diverse students in their junior and senior years. Interns receive $4,590 toward summer expenses. In addition, housing and travel to and from Charlottesville are provided. The program’s goals are to expose undergraduates to laboratory research and to familiarize them with the opportunities that exist for careers in biomedical research.  Presentations and panel talks from our graduate students, along with free GRE tutorials, help SRIP interns successfully navigate the graduate school application process.



The Introductory Multicultural Summer Undergraduate Research Experience Last day to submit passed after Friday, February 15th, 2013. 


UT Knoxville BCMB REU  Last day to submit passed after February  February 28th, 2013.






REU awards provide funding that allows undergraduate students from institutions across the state to perform research at Oklahoma’s comprehensive research campuses (OU, OSU, TU, Noble Foundation) during the summer months. Students benefit from hands-on research experiences in STEM fields and one-on-one guidance from faculty mentors through the program.


The nanotechnology SURE program Last day to submit passed after Thursday, Feb. 28th.






The Department of Mathematics at MIT  Last day to submit passed after January 15th, 2013.


Mathematics Research Experiences for Undergraduates at Iowa State University Participants spend eight weeks working on research projects. The projects are in a variety of mathematical and statistical areas, representing the diverse research interests of faculty in the ISU Mathematics Departments, such as linear algebra, dynamical systems, graph theory, numerical analysis, mathematical biology.   Students will work in teams as part of active research groups at ISU.  Participants are provided a stipend, accommodation in University student housing, some travel reimbursement and some meals, and will have the opportunity to participate in social activities for REU students, both Math REU and campus-wide ISU REU activities. application information is not yet available.


Cornell REU provides the opportunity for undergraduate students of mathematics to participate in leading-edge research. Each year, we offer three different projects, each led by an expert in the field. This program is sponsored by the US National Science Foundation, and is open to US citizens and permanent residents who are currently enrolled in an undergraduate program. WHEN: June 17 – August 9, 2013 (8 weeks) WHERE: Mathematics Department, Malott Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853-4201. STIPEND: $5000, includes stipend and living expenses. Participants will arrange for their own housing; they will assist with local contact information.


The Nebraska Summer Research Program in Math is committed to quality mentoring and research projects. They provide active research labs and projects led by faculty who have established themselves as excellent undergraduate student mentors. As a participant, you'll have peers and colleagues in which to share your educational experience with. The Mathe REU internship is June 3, 2013 -  July 26, 2013. The stipend is  $4,000 and room, board, & travel expenses are covered. Priority review of applications begins Friday, February 1 and all applications are due by Friday, February 15.


At Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI), The MSRI Undergraduate Program (MSRI--UP) is a comprehensive summer program designed for undergraduate students who have completed two years of university-level mathematics courses and would like to conduct research in the mathematical sciences. During the program student participants will complete a research project; give a presentation and technical report on their research; attend workshops and seminars to develop skills and techniques needed for research careers in the mathematical sciences, and learn techniques that will maximize their likelihood of admissions to graduate programs & the likelihood of winning fellowships. Students also receive a $3,100 stipend, lodging, meals and round trip travel to Berkeley, CA. Applications that are complete by March 3, 2013 are guaranteed full consideration.