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Research Experiences for Undergraduates

Edward A. Knapp Undergraduate Fellows

"At the Santa Fe Institute, I made lifelong friends and important research contacts. I spent the summer fully immersed in interdisciplinary research, working on my own project, attending high-level lectures, and discussing new concepts over lunch and tea. It was the most challenging and rewarding research experience I have ever had, and I am grateful that I had the opportunity to work in such an extraordinary collaborative environment."

-Madeleine Daepp, 2012 REU Cohort

 2015 Program - Santa Fe

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The Santa Fe Institute REU Program is supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number  ACI-1358567      

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