K=1 Project Summer Research

Location:
New York, ,
United States
Term: Summer

The K=1 Project seeks to recruit first-year Columbia students, of any major, to take part in a summer research project on nuclear proliferation.

Over the years, the K=1 Project has supported educational programs through which students have performed research projects focused on the exploration and discussion of issues related to nuclear weapons and nuclear power. Their multi-disciplinary activities use input from science, social science, and the humanities. Past and current students have engaged in research, article writing, web design, illustration and film production. If you are interested in nuclear proliferation and would like to work as part of a team, this project could be for you!

Successful candidates will be expected to undertake full-time summer research for 8 weeks (Monday, June 4 - Friday, July 27, 2018), and will receive a $4000 stipend. To learn more about the K=1 Project visit https://k1project.columbia.edu/. Please email k1project@columbia.edu if you have any questions about the research or the application process (click 'Visit the Program Website' above to access information about required application materials).

Fact Sheet

Discipline:
Arts and Architecture, Humanities, Social Sciences, STEM
Eligibility:
Columbia College, Columbia Engineering, Columbia General Studies, Columbia Undergraduates, First Year
Fellowship Type:
Experiential, Summer Opportunity
Location:
New York, ,
United States
Term:
Summer

Dates & Deadlines

Summer
2018
Application Deadline: 
Friday, January 19, 2018
Admissions Decision Date: 
Program Dates: 
Notes: 
Deadline 2019 TBD