Clark Summer Research Program
(Dr. Matthew Goeckner (left) is working with Stuart Yun, a second-year Clark student, on a project involving ionized gases.)
The objective of the Clark Summer Research Program is to enrich the academic experience of our students by providing an opportunity for them to conduct hands-on research with some of UT Dallas’ nationally recognized faculty and talented undergraduate, graduate, and post-doctoral students. This program seeks to instill the value of research in undergraduate students so that they remain actively engaged in research activities that contribute to their fields of interest and the University throughout their academic and professional careers.
The research and lab experiences afforded to students in this program are rarely offered at the undergraduate level. Students are actively engaged in serious research activities that give them a realistic view of the work conducted in their academic disciplines. Each student is assigned a faculty research mentor for the duration of the program.
For more information about the Clark Summer Research Program, please visit this link.