- Undergraduate Research Fellowship (Aresty): The Undergraduate Research Fellowships are intended to defray research costs for students conducting independent research projects under the guidance of a professor. Any advanced undergraduate researcher--typically juniors or seniors--at Rutgers-New Brunswick pursuing independent research projects with faculty guidance is eligible to apply.
- Summer Science Program (Aresty): An intensive, full-time, on-campus research experience for Rutgers-New Brunswick rising sophomores only. Participants learn about the process of research by working with their mentors in the laboratory and by participating in library workshops, seminars, trips to local research laboratories in industry and medicine, and social events.
- The Dorothy and David Cooper Scholarship: Established in memory of David and Dorothy Cooper and Dorothy’s late parents, Paul and Sylvia Markum for an endowed scholarship for undergraduate students majoring in Psychology in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences Camden.
- Summer Undergraduate Research Program in Neuroscience: 10 week program, where 12 students will engage in hands-on experimentation. They will be expected to implement individual research projects during this period. This involves helping to formulate a hypothesis based on the mentor's previous studies, and learning laboratory skills, data collection and documentation.
- Rutgers RiSE: 10 weeks of cutting-edge research in the biological, physical, and social/ behavioral sciences, math, engineering, and exciting interdisciplinary areas under the guidance of carefully matched faculty mentors. A comprehensive professional development component, including GRE preparation, complements the research.
- Summer Research Programs for Pre-Med Students (Rutgers-Camden): Career Center provides pre-med students with links to access research programs and apply directly on the websites.