2014 Summer Applied Biotechnology Research Experience (SABRE)

Saturday, November 30, 2013
SABRE participants
2013 SABRE participants, from left to right: Robel Worede, Jocelyn Ramirez, Adrienne Olaivar, Andrea Rivas, and Bisrat Gebremeskel.

June 16 - August 19, 2014

The University of California, Santa Barbara Institute for Collaborative Biotechnologies (ICB) is a uniquely interdisciplinary research environment, with a mission of transforming biological inspiration into technological innovation. The ICB Summer Research Internship in Science and Engineering at UCSB brings science and engineering majors from across the U.S. to UCSB for a summer research experience. Interns are partnered with a mentor of similar interest, conduct research in our state-of-the-art laboratories, attend research seminars, receive training in career development skills, and participate in social activities.

Program Highlights

  • 10-week Summer Research experience
  • $4000 Stipend
  • Up to $600 for travel
  • Housing and Meals provided
  • Career Development Workshops
  • Seminar Series

Eligibility Requirements

  • Must be a science, engineering, and/or mathematics undergraduate or masters student enrolled as a junior, senior, or masters student in the Fall 2014
  • Have a minimum B average
  • Must be from an under-represented group – Blacks/African Americans, Native Americans/Alaskans, Pacific Islanders, and Latinos/Latinas

Application and Details

To apply and learn more, please visit our SABRE program page.