Apply to the REU SLAWR 2022

To apply to the REU SLAWR 2022:

  1. Fill out the online form available at REUSLAWR 2022 Application 
  2. You will be asked to provide contact info for 2 people who can provide letters of reference during the application process.
  3. If you have any questions, please contact me at

DEADLINE:  February 22, 2022, 11:59 p.m.

Program dates:  

Virtual Participation: Start date early- to mid-April (TBD).

Time commitment: 2 hours zoom meeting 5 times in April and May plus we will assign independent work of approximately 5 hours per week. During that time participants will create ESRI Story Maps (see examples in the 2021 projects), do some preparatory readings, and be oriented to the program. See Note below.

In Person in Montana and Minnesota: June 9 to August 4, 2022 (Travel dates June 8 and August 5)

We will start our journey in Glacier National Park in Montana and then begin work at our research sites on June 12. We will gather in Minneapolis on July 27 and participate in the 5th National Geoscience Alliance Conference. Participants will participate in all Geoscience Alliance activities, including a poster session where participants will show the results of their research. All transportation is provided.

NOTE: Although in-person dates are those listed above (June 9 – August 4), this is a 10-week program, and as such will include some virtual meetings and self-directed activities in April and May 2022. Meeting times will be arranged taking account of participants’ work and school schedules during that time. Participants will receive stipends for 10 weeks ($600×10= $6000 total, first check will be provided the on June 9).

Application and Eligibility
The program is open to undergraduate students majoring in civil engineering, geosciences, ecology, mathematics, or related fields. We encourage applications from students of all genders who are Native American, tribal college students, community college students, non-traditional students, veterans, students who have been historically under-represented in their discipline, and students who are first-generation college students. The program provides transportation, housing, and food or full kitchens depending on location, plus a $600/week stipend to all participants.