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Research Experience For Undergraduates

NSF-LogoThe University of Texas at Austin Environmental Science Institute (ESI) Research Experience for Undergraduates in integrated environmental science gives undergraduate students the opportunity to conduct research into The Science of Global Change and Sustainability. This program is funded by the National Science Foundation, and in the past has been operated in tandem with ESI's Research Experience for Teachers.

The Program accepts students from across the country and teachers from the Austin area, and is funded by a National Science Foundation grant. Participants spend ten weeks designing a research project, participating in a research group, and presenting their work. After the program, many past participants have gone on to further study, teaching, and publication on a variety of topics all relating to global change.

Program details (including information about applying to the program), and answers to frequently asked questions can all be found on this site.  Or take a few minutes and check out this video!

If you have further questions, or if you would like more information about the program, please contact the Environmental Science Institute offices at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or (512) 471-5847.


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