CEMITURE at Georgia Southern University is a Research Experience for Undergraduates which is funded by a grant award from the Division of Chemistry (CHE) of the National Science Foundation (NSF).
CEMITURE (CollaborativE Multidisciplinary Investigations Through Undergraduate Research Experiences) is led by coordinators and mentors in chemistry, biology, engineering, and environmental toxicology.
CEMITURE participants work directly with faculty mentors on their research projects. The CEMITURE experience also involves participants in educational, social and professional development activities such as training in scientific communication and workshops on career preparation, leadership, and ethics.
The program is designed so that participants will build a community of scholars with their peers and Georgia Southern faculty; enhance their preparation for future success in graduate programs; endeavor to use their knowledge and expertise in science to make significant contributions to their own communities and the wider society; and gain a global perspective of STEM fields.
Undergraduate students supported with NSF funds must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or its possessions.
The CEMITURE collections provide access to the publications generated by the project.
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