Stanford offers a plethora of undergraduate research and internship opportunities related to biology, Earth systems, climate change, energy and more.
The Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment’s MUIR program funds interdisciplinary environmental research for undergraduates. Students must approach a faculty member to apply on their behalf and to serve as mentor.
REEF grants at Hopkins Marine Station in Pacific Grove, CA, allow students to conduct marine science research in Monterey Bay directly after their freshman year.
The Department of Biology, using funds from the office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education (VPUE), offers paid research internships to current Stanford undergraduates who want to spend the summer on ongoing faculty projects to learn research methods.