Summer Fellowships

EURēCA! Summer Fellows

Are you a CU Denver undergrad with an independent research idea?

Apply for a  EURēCA! Summer Fellowship and spend eight weeks immersed in scholarly exploration!

EURēCA! Fellows receive funding from the Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities to conduct original research in collaboration with a CU Denver | Anschutz faculty mentor. These eight-week fellowships last through June and July and include weekly professional development training. All disciplines are welcome and encouraged to apply.

How it works:

  • Students work with their faculty mentor to complete a joint application, including a project proposal and mentoring plan
  • Fellowships last 8-weeks (June 7 - July 30, 2021)
  • Applicants can request up to 40hrs/week in stipend support (inclusive of all program activities)
  • In addition to their research experience, EURēCA! Fellows attend weekly professional development training and cohort meetups
  • EURēCA! Fellows present their work to the CU Denver community at the annual Summer Research Symposium

Applications for the Summer 2021 EURēCA! Fellows Program are currently closed.

Anschutz BIO - Summer Research Training Programs

Interested in a career in biomedical research?

CU Anschutz scientists want to help you get there!

Introducing the Anschutz Biomedical Internship Opportunities program (Anschutz BIO), a collective of paid research internships for CU Denver undergrads hosted by graduate programs at the Anschutz Medical Campus. Anschutz BIO interns gain experience in basic biomedical research, including cellular and molecular biology, neuroscience, and developmental biology, while receiving hands-on mentorship and professional development training. 

Anschutz BIO kicks off in June with the Summer Research Training Programs (SRTP). The SRTP is open to motivated CU Denver undergraduates majoring in life sciences who are interested in pursuing graduate school and/or a research career. Prior research experience is not a requirement to apply. Students belonging to groups traditionally excluded or underserved in academic research, including race, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, or gender, are highly encouraged to apply.

Applications currently closed

Additional Opportunities

Summer research opportunities are available throughout CU Denver | Anschutz. To learn more, visit the Graduate School and Office of Inclusion & Outreach websites.