UPDATE: In an effort to simplify processes for students, the summer financial aid process below has been updated as of February 28, Our hope is that by removing this barrier, more qualified students will be able to be reviewed for scholarship funding. Summer scholarships will be awarded based on eligibility, enrollment, and financial need.
Priority will be given to students who have enrolled for their summer courses by March At this time, we are unable to offer summer scholarships to international students. All students are reviewed for federal financial aid as long as they have a valid FAFSA on file, are enrolled in a minimum of 6 credits combined total for all summer sessionsand are otherwise eligible.
For students whose first term of enrollment will be the summer term, you will need to have both the current academic year's FAFSA and the upcoming academic year's FAFSA on file for summer and fall awarding. Please be sure to do both applications if you are a summer admit. If you wish to apply for a private loan, you will need to apply with your chosen lender.
We anticipate that all students who are enrolled for summer courses will be awarded on April 1. Students who wish to pursue a private loan will need to apply with their chosen lender. NYU scholarship amounts will vary as they are dependent on factors such as eligibility, enrollment, and financial need. Your financial aid cannot exceed your estimated cost of attendance. For private loans, students may borrow up to their cost of attendance. When a summer award has been added to your Albert Student Center, you will receive two emails, one letting you know that there has been a revision to your financial aid and another letting you know that a summer award was added to your academic year award.
Instructions on how to accept your award will be in this email. A private loan may be an option for you if you are not eligible for federal aid. NYU does not endorse, recommend or prefer any particular private loan over another. Note that loan terms and eligibility requirements can vary.
Review our information about lenders that NYU students have used in the past. Students may apply for a private loan via the lender's website, and credit approval is usually necessary.
Allow up to 3 weeks for processing. If you use the TAP calculator, divide the estimated one semester amount by 2 to obtain the amount for summer. Summer TAP payments are not sent by N.
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State until after the summer is completed. Note: Undergraduate students are limited to receive a total of eight TAP payments. If you request a summer TAP payment it will affect your grant payments in future semesters. If you will receive any other outside financial assistance for your summer attendance at NYU including outside scholarship, the total amount of aid you are receiving may not exceed your cost of attendance.
Please notify the Office of Financial Aid of any outside summer scholarship you are expecting.During the six-week program, students will participate in a weekly series of events, including lectures, discussions, and workshops designed to complement their practical research experience by introducing key issues related to research presentations and career paths.
Preference for housing stipends will be given to successful applicants with demonstrated financial need.
Students receiving housing stipends who will continue working on their project in NYC through Summer Session Two will be eligible for extended housing, upon email request to Dean Joel Ward.
Any student receiving an extended housing stipend will be required to present their work at the Summer Diversity Research Conference in July information to register and website forthcoming. Skip to Main. To be eligible, prospective participants must: Be a CAS student from any discipline undertaking a research project in New York City during NYU's Summer Session One; Please note that students planning to do research elsewhere but who will be doing full-time preliminary research in NYC during Summer Session One are also eligible and encouraged to apply.Students apply for positions in a week summer program with flexible starting dates.
During the program, they will actively participate in research projects in the laboratories of NYU Shanghai neuroscience faculty. We match students to laboratories primarily on the basis of their background preparation and areas of interest.
They work either directly with faculty or with graduate students or postdoctoral fellows. Each student conducts a research project under the direction of his or her mentor. The students are involved in all phases of the research process from experimental design to data analysis and communication of results.
At the end of the program, the students each give a presentation of their own work. The primary goal of this program is to extend NYU Shanghai's robust neuroscience research opportunities to non-NYU Shanghai students and to diversify the scientific workforce in the field of Neuroscience.
Successful applicants will receive financial support from NYU Shanghai. Applicants must be undergraduates completing their sophomore or junior year and fluent in English.Meet The NYU Admissions Office
Applicants should state their labs of interest in their personal statement. A full list of labs at NYU Shanghai could be found below:. Application for is closed. Labs Applicants should state their labs of interest in their personal statement.Get to know our SURPies.
Cooper is a graduate student co-mentored by Kelly V. He graduated from the University of Florida in with a degree in microbiology and a minor in bioinformatics. Cooper completed SURP in summer in the Ruggles Lab, a computationally focused group, where he applied statistical methods and computer programming to investigate biological inquiries. During his time in the program, he studied the human microbiome and developed a metagenomic analysis tool for both data-driven and hypothesis-driven microbiome analysis.
Following the summer program, Cooper fully transitioned to quantitative-based research projects and applied for graduate programs in computational biology. Ultimately, he decided to return to Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences in by enrolling in the Systems and Computational Biomedicine PhD Training Program to continue his interests in applying data science and quantitative analysis methods to biological data. More recently, in collaboration with Dr. Loke, Cooper has worked on harnessing multi-omic profiling data to understand complex immune activation in mice and humans.
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Cooper specializes in the analysis of high-density and highly dimensional datasets to better understand human immunology. Yohana is a second-year PhD student in the laboratory of Iannis Aifantis, PhDand is exploring the role of epigenetic factor mutations in the dysregulation three-dimensional chromosome architecture in leukemia. She began biomedical research in a summer internship program and is excited to work with SURP as an alum. Outside of the lab, Yohana enjoys drawing, reading, and traveling.
Emily grew up in Eugene, Oregon, before heading down to Southern California where she was awarded a bachelor of arts in biochemistry, with a minor in Spanish, from the University of San Diego. While pursuing her undergraduate studies, she worked as a student researcher for Pfizer and Eli Lilly pharmaceutical companies. There she is investigating the Staphylococcus aureus human antibody response, using antigen-specific single B cell sorting and sequencing from people who have Staphylococcus aureus infection.
In her free time, Emily likes to travel, snowboard, and check out all of the great food and activities that New York has to offer. Stela is originally from Albania and received her bachelor of science in cell biology and biochemistry in from Jacobs University Bremen in Germany, where she worked on antigen presentation and cancer immunotherapy in the laboratory of Sebastian Springer, DPhil.
She officially became a member of the laboratory of Ken C. Cadwell, PhDin the summer ofwhere she is working on recognition and response of the immune system to norovirus.
In her free time, she enjoys reading, hiking, exploring different parts of the city, trying new workout classes, and watching SpaceX launches. Skip to Main Content. Share: Twitter Facebook Email. Cooper Devlin joseph.
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A Virtual Celebration of Chinese Cuisine Our community shares stories behind their favorite homemade meals. NYU Shanghai Issue 4 Review the highlights of campus news, and check out the latest research breakthroughs.The Center operates a REU summer research program that attracts students from a national base of colleges and universities, particularly undergraduates from underrepresented groups enrolled in minority serving institutions and four-year colleges, many that are members of the Faculty Resource Network at NYU.
Because the NYC region is naturally diverse, both ethnically and economically, many of the students enrolled in these colleges are associated with groups that are underrepresented in STEM fields, and roughly half are women. The week summer program hosts roughly ten undergraduate students per year. We welcome applications from all backgrounds and levels of research experience, and we encourage applications from students from underrepresented groups in science.
The Center for Neural Science hosts a summer research experience program for undergraduates with a strong interest in neuroscience. This program is designed to foster entry into a neuroscience research-centered career. Students apply for positions in a week summer program during which they actively participate in research projects in the laboratories of New York University science faculty. Learn More.Cellular, molecular, and biomechanical research is the major focus of our laboratories, with a special emphasis on regenerative medicine.
Our faculty study a range of topics in musculoskeletal biology, disease, injury, and regeneration, including osteoarthritis, osteoporosis, bone biology, cartilage biology, and fracture healing. Our ultimate goal is to improve the healing and regeneration of musculoskeletal tissues using stem cells, biomaterials, and novel factors. We also study the mechanisms that lead to joint degeneration in osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis with the ultimate goal of developing new therapeutics strategies to slow these processes.
Within our laboratories, faculty, fellows, residents, medical students, visiting scholars, and graduate and undergraduate students can conduct interdisciplinary research in tissue and cellular biomechanics, regeneration, and repair. Our facilities house a material testing laboratory, a biomechanical laboratory, a biomarker laboratory, cell and molecular biology laboratories, a histology laboratory, tissue culture facilities, and a microscopy laboratory.
We are led by 6 full-time faculty members and have more than 20 staff members, residents, students, and fellows on site. Led by Philipp Leucht, MD, PhD, faculty in the Musculoskeletal Research Center conduct cutting-edge research projects to enable more effective bone-healing treatments and strategies for cartilage repair.
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Our Faculty Led by Philipp Leucht, MD, PhD, faculty in the Musculoskeletal Research Center conduct cutting-edge research projects to enable more effective bone-healing treatments and strategies for cartilage repair. Recipient's Email Address. Your Email Address. Your Name. Your Message.