Through the MUIR program, faculty identify and submit an application on behalf of a Stanford undergraduate student who will work on a specific research project in support of the faculty member’s environmental research. MUIR fellowships allow faculty members to bring to their lab a funded undergraduate research intern who commits to working on their research full-time over the course of the summer (10 weeks).
The Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment’s MUIR program provides undergraduate fellows with a stipend of $7,500. Students with financial need are eligible for an additional need-based supplement of up to $1500, per VPUE’s and the Office of Financial Aid’s determination.

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