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Internal Opportunities

Upcoming Deadlines:

  • NOVA, CIRCUIT, Summer PURA, and the BDP Summer Undergraduate Research Program are now accepting applications through 2/1/20. Apply here

Johns Hopkins offers many funding and research opportunities for our undergraduate students. In addition to featuring HOUR funded programs, we have searched departments, programs and websites across the university to compile a comprehensive list of opportunities for undergraduates.

HOUR Programs*

PURA is a research award program offering a $3000 stipend to help offset expenses related to working on an independent research, creative, or scholarly project during the academic year.
  The NOVA Undergraduate Research Team Competition is designed for groups or teams of two or more Hopkins undergraduates in any field, working together on a research or scholarly creative project. HOUR will be awarding three teams’ research grants up to $6000 in funding to pursue their project over the year following the award.
  The BDP Summer Undergraduate Research Program is a research award program offering a $4000 stipend to help offset expenses related to working with one of our world renowned Bloomberg Distinguished Professors on a project of their choosing for ten weeks over the summer.
  Summer PURA is a research award program offering a $4000 stipend to help offset expenses related to working on an independent research, creative, or scholarly project at JHU for 10 weeks over the summer.
CIRCUIT offers a ~$9000 stipend for the 12 week summer program and research credit (as allowed) per semester for the academic year following. Engage in a multidisciplinary look into cutting edge research projects such as Artificial Intelligence, Precision Medicine, Planetary Exploration, and Bio-Inspired Robotics. This program takes place at the JHU Applied Physics Lab (APL) in Laurel, MD. We strongly encourage applications from trailblazing students who have had limited opportunities to explore research careers.

*NOTE:  ANY independent research project involving human subjects must be approved by the HIRB office prior to starting. Contact HIRB@jhu.edu prior to starting your project.

ANY independent research project involving international travel must be registered with and approved by the Office of Study Abroad prior to traveling. This applies even when researching in a country (outside the US) that you may be a citizen of. Contact jhuabroad@jhu.edu prior to scheduling your trip.

University Programs**

↓ Download the latest listing of university opportunities.

**If you find an error or would like to add a program to the list, please email HOUR@jhu.edu with all relevant details. We appreciate your help in keeping this resource current!

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Vice Provost for Research

265 Garland Hall
3400 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21218

(410) 516-8094

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