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This piece is reposted from the Friday Harbor Laboratories newsletter. by Ceri Weber Expected B.S. in Biology at the University of Washington, June 2013 Undergraduate researcher in the Swalla lab 2012 FHL BEACON/BLINKS/NSF REU Intern I had the wonderful opportunity … Continue reading
BEACON’s summer Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program is a 10-week intensive residential program targeting the recruitment of underrepresented students to conduct research with a faculty mentors. This past summer, BEACON funded sixty-seven students across the partner schools at six … Continue reading