What are Chemistry Research Internships?
Chemistry Research Internships (CRISP) are internships for high school students who enroll in Honours Chemistry and Honours Biochemistry at the University of Windsor. Students who successfully complete an internship will receive a CRISP Internship Award valued at $1000/per year to a maximum of $3000 over 3 years
What does CRISP involve?
CRISP students join a research laboratory and receive training from professors and graduate students who are currently working on research projects. Students will receive a minimum of 35 training hours per term and must maintain a cumulative GPA of 75% or higher throughout their undergraduate studies.
What are the benefits?
CRISP students receive personalized training and are exposed to research, technologies and skills that are way beyond standard chemistry curricula in North America. This will strongly impact future applications for professional schools, graduate schools and employment.
What are the entry requirements?
A minimum high school GPA of 75% is required.
Who is eligible?
If you have chosen Chemistry at the University of Windsor, and you meet the entry requirements above, you are eligible to apply. Students in the Outstanding Scholars program are not eligible for CRISP internships. Students who are admitted into the Outstanding Scholars program after their 2nd-year are not eligible for CRISP internships.
How do I apply?
- Fill out the application form available below.
- Materials may be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org or by regular mail to:
Chemistry Research Internship Program
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
University of Windsor, 401 Sunset Ave, Essex Hall, Room 273-1, Windsor, ON
Canada N9B 3P4