Rose Research Fellows

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Imagine having the opportunity to conduct meaningful research to address a problem you care about while making connections with Rose-Hulman faculty and peer students on campus. That is exactly what the Rose Research Fellows program delivers. The new Rose Research Fellows program is offered to a select, small cohort of students. The program provides:

  • Face-to-face classes
  • Paid research experience
  • Opportunities to develop a network with faculty and fellow students

Rose Research Fellows creates an environment of excitement and recognition for undergraduate research on the Rose-Hulman campus. Students enroll in courses that introduce the process of research and provide skills for success in the laboratory.

Program Benefits

  • Hands-on research experience
  • Small cohort size
  • Course credit
  • Faculty research mentors
  • Peer mentorship community
  • Networking and speaker events
  • Spring research symposium
  • Career readiness
  • Post-graduate program readiness
  • Research travel awards

Cohort Schedule

Fall Experience

            MDS 220: Intro to Research Fundamentals (1 cr.)

 Winter Experience

            MDS 221: Conducting and Communicating Research (1 cr.)

            Paid research experience

 Spring Experience

            Paid research experience

            Research Symposium

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Eligibility: First- and second-year Rose-Hulman students.

Space is limited in this new program. Be one of the first to apply!

Research at Rose

Learn more about the research experiences Rose-Hulman students can have as undergraduates, and how those help prepare them for careers in industry.

Rose Research Fellows News

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Rose Research Fellows Completes Its Inaugural Year with Culminating Symposium Poster Session

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Inaugural Rose Research Fellows Ready to Explore STEM Interests

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New Rose Research Fellows Program Launched for Freshman and Sophomore Students

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