Student Application - Appalachian State Summer Experience
This form serves as an application to the Appalachian State University Student Summer Research Experience. Application does not guarantee acceptance. Applications must be submitted no later than April 17th in order to be considered. Notices to those accepted will be sent out by Appalachian State University by May 1st.

If you have any questions regarding the application please contact Matt Cass (
If you have any questions regarding the summer experience itself, please contact Rene Salinas (
Email address *
Name: *
This opportunity requires you to be at least 18 years of age. Will you be at least 18 years old by June 1st, 2020? *
What is your current level of education? *
When do you anticipate graduating from Southwestern? *
In detail, please describe your long-term goals as a STEM student after you graduate from Southwestern. *
In detail, please describe the type of STEM career you hope to have. *
Of the options listed, which areas of research are you most interested in? (Check all that apply.) *
In detail, please describe what you hope to get out of this summer research experience. *
This opportunity requires you to live in Boone, NC during the month of June. Do you have the flexibility to take advantage of this type of opportunity? (An answer of "No" or "Maybe" does NOT exclude you from consideration. Project leaders will attempt to work with you if at all possible.) *
If you answered "no" or "maybe" to the above question, under what circumstances would you be able to take advantage of this opportunity?
REFERENCES: Please provide the name and contact information of at least two STEM instructors with whom you've worked with in the past year. The selection committee may contact these persons and ask them to speak to your character and attitude as a STEM student. *
Please provide your phone number so project leaders can communicate with you on the status of your application. *
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