Internships - REU and Astrophysics

REU in Neutrino Astrophysics

The Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) in Neutrino Astrophysics - summer 2021 - has closed.
Thank you for your interest in the program this year!
Find out more about the program from previous student participants in the REU blog.

Physics Research REU Symposium Poster UWRF physics professor Suruj Seunarine (left) and UWRF REU participant Laura Rosen, a Washington State University physics major, at the 2018 REU Symposium in Alexandria, VA. Laura presented her poster titled, "Fewer Neutrons at the South Pole: What's Going On?"


We offer a variety of Astrophysics internships and research opportunities, including work on the IceCube project.  

Dylan Frikken Presentation IceCube Master Class 2018

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