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The Canadian Collaborative Experiences for Undergraduate Women (CREUC) program run by the CRA-W is offering a research opportunity to female undergraduate students. The program enables undergraduate women to gain research experience with a female faculty member as part of a summer internship. The program awards $3,500 to each student to supplement a $4,500(+travel) NSERC Undergraduate Student Research Award (USRA). The intent of the program is to try to encourage more female students to pursue graduate studies by introducing them to research and all the possibilities it holds for them.. Click here for more information

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