Programs & Funding

The Graduate Research Internship Program (GRIP) intends to pair graduate students with a Brookhaven National Laboratory scientist on a mutually agreed upon project, which will enhance the interns' research skills and may lead to multiple scientific publications and may support their graduate thesis or dissertation. In addition, the GRIP intern will act as a liaison between the university advisor and the BNL scientist in fostering relationships and research opportunities with the two institutions.

After completing all necessary training, students can spend up to three months interning with an assigned BNL researcher and have the option to continue the project during the semesters following, depending upon the requirements by both the researcher and respective college/university. During the semester periods, the candidate will conduct research on scheduled days, which shall notinterrupt their course work at the home institution. The project undertaken may support the student's dissertation or thesis.

- Funding for this program will be provided by your home institution.

Program provides:
- Housing, in a single occupancy dorm room
- On-site transportation

- Research paper, poster for presentation, pre- and post-surveys, and final experience report

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