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The Department of Defense (DoD) Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Minority-serving Institutions Summer Research Internship has announced that the program is now receiving applications for 2023.

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The HBCU/MI Summer Research Internship Program is supported by the Office of the Undersecretary of Defense for Engineering and Science an annual summer research program offered to current students and recent graduates who studied science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines at HBCUs and MSIs.

The program provides a bridge between classrooms and real-world experiences and aims to increase the number of minority scientists and engineers who choose careers with the DoD. From discovering emerging technologies to developing the next-generation workforce, the DoD depends on brilliant STEM professionals to continue to innovate.

The HBCU/MI Program plays an important role in helping the DoD strengthen its agile scientific footprint by engaging with the next generation of STEM talent during summer internships. By providing a forum for standout STEM scholars to present their own research at symposiums attended by DoD scientists and engineers, DoD remains on the cutting edge of innovation. Participants conduct research relevant to the defense mission under the supervision of DoD scientists and engineers in DoD facilities across the nation.

Primary objectives of the summer research internship program include onboarding BCU/MI students and recent graduates in DoD research activities, increasing the visibility of DoD programs, activities, and opportunities among HBCU/MI faculty, students, and recent graduates, ensuring program participants are trained, mentored, and equipped for STEM careers, and increasing the number of graduates, including underrepresented minorities, in STEM fields important to the defense mission.

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