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AWaRE REU Program is Accepting Applications

The Wireless Institute at the University of Notre Dame is currently accepting applications for the Advanced Wireless Research Experiences (AWaRE) REU, a 10-week summer undergraduate research program. AWaRE provides opportunities for undergraduate EE and CSE majors to experience hands-onRead More

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The Wireless Institute at the University of Notre Dame will conduct a 10-week summer undergraduate research program called Advanced Wireless Research Experiences (AWaRE). AWaRE provides opportunities for undergraduate EE and CSE majors to experience hands-on innovative research alongside faculty and graduate students and staff. 

Students continuing college enrollment in the Fall of 2021 with interest in wireless networking, robotics, UVA’s and mobile computing are invited to apply. Women and minority students are encouraged to apply. Participants must be U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents. This Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program is funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF).

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