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NUCLEUS has partnered with Fox Chase Cancer Center to offer our students the unique opportunity to participate in a 10-week paid, full-time summer research immersion program at Fox Chase Cancer Center. Fox Chase Fellows gain hands-on, mentored experience in a research lab at Fox Chase Cancer Center, developing an appreciation for the relationship between basic and applied research, as well as for how research directly impacts the cancer patient during and after treatment.
Housing for Fox Chase Fellows is provided, in addition to the stipend.
Interested students are invited to learn more about this program by participating in a one-day visit to Fox Chase Cancer Center, which will include a meeting with graduate students and postdocs over
lunch to discuss careers.
Read more about Fox Chase Fellows on UDaily:CAS undergraduates spend summer immersed in medical research
The NUCLEUS STRIDE Program offers the opportunity for a select number of incoming College of Arts and Sciences freshmen to take two college courses that will count toward their UD degree requirements during the second summer session, at no cost to the students.
If you are selected, the program will cover the entire cost for you to participateincluding tuition, fees, textbooks and parking.
Requirements for participation: