Fort Johnson Summer Undergraduate Research Program

National Science Foundation-supported Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) Program: "Resilience and Response of Marine Organisms to Environmental Change"

The Fort Johnson Summer Undergraduate Research Program is a ten week internship combining independent research with activities to promote career development and science communication skills. Participants will investigate diverse topics on the health of marine organisms at the individual, population, community, and species levels, using a wide variety of laboratory and field techniques. Up to 10 fellowships are awarded each year through the cooperative efforts of the 5 marine institutions at Fort Johnson and supported by funds from the National Science Foundation and the College of Charleston School of Sciences and Mathematics.

Please visit the links on the sidebar to get an overview of our program, to learn about research areas of mentor labs in the past, and to access application materials when available.

Note: The 2021 program is subject to any COVID-related restrictions, which may not be known fully until later in spring 2021.

Important dates:

Feb 14, 2021 (Su): application and reference letters due
May 26, 2021 (W): interns arrive, program starts following morning
Aug 6, 2021 (F): interns depart

2019 Fort Johnson REU Colloquium

REU Research Blog

2019 REU group shot

     2019 Fort Johnson REU Interns at the South Carolina Aquarium