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The Higher Education Research Experiences (HERE) Program at ORNL offers research participation programs for students at various academic levels, recent graduates and faculty. Applications are accepted year-round. Learn more.

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The ORNL Computational Science & Technology Advanced Research Studies Program (C-STARS) offers challenging graduate research opportunities in the computational sciences. Learn more at https://orise.orau.gov/ornl/c-stars/.

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The Artificial Intelligence Summer Institute is accepting applications from students and recent graduates looking to develop their skills in AI, machine learning and data science. Participants will learn from ORNL mentors who have expertise in artificial intelligence and machine learning and/or domain sciences such as physics, materials or biology. Apply here by March 31.

Meet a Participant

One of the best ways to learn about the opportunities at Oak Ridge National Laboratory is through the eyes of a past participant in the Science Education and Workforce Development Programs at ORNL.

Jada Hoyle-Gardner

Jada Hoyle-Gardner

Through the Higher Education Research Experiences (HERE) Program, doctoral student Jada Hoyle-Gardner contributed to mercury research efforts at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

Jada Hoyle-Gardner

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Logan Scott

Logan Scott

As a participant in the Nuclear Engineering Science Laboratory Synthesis Program at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Logan Scott, a doctoral student from Texas A&M University, contributed to the development of a repository of documents and information related to international nuclear safeguards.

Logan Scott
Gabriela Ibarra

Gabriela Ibarra

As a participant in the GEM Fellowship Program at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Gabriela Ibarra helped produce an organic polymer for use as a plastic scintillator.

Gabriela Ibarra