Applications for 2024 have closed.
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To be considered as a REVU fellow, you must meet the following criteria:
Enlisted U.S. military veteran
Enrolled in a 2- or 4-year STEM degree program at an accredited college or university
Available for the entire 9-week program. We will consider applicants who need to miss up to 1 week of the program due to school calendar conflicts, but strong preference will be given to applicants who can attend the entire 9-week program.
Committed to research in a STEM discipline. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions related to this criterion.
Students may not undertake any other projects, courses, or employment during this program.
Note: Alumni of the Warrior-Scholar Project program will be given strong preference.
Applications open October 30, 2023
Applications due February 11, 2024, 11:59 pm EST
Letters of recommendation are due by February 16, 2024, 11:59 pm EST
Initial notification of acceptance will be sent by March 15, 2024
The REVU Program will run from June 1 to August 3, 2024 at Yale University
Applications require a personal statement, a research interests statement, a writing sample, a curriculum vitae, and 2 letters of recommendation. You will need to choose several options of research projects you are interested in and rank these projects in order of interest.
Letters of recommendation must be uploaded by your letter writers by February 16, 2024 here. It is your responsibility to request these letters from your letter writers directly.
If you have not attended the Warrior-Scholar Project program and are interested in applying, please go to the WSP website here.
The REVU program is probably the only program that would have ever given veterans an experience like this. Other programs wanted experience in lab settings and as veterans we lack that. REVU has made transitioning from the military easier and guided me on the path. I felt like the military set me back four years from school. However, REVU gave me a head start to my dream career.
DeLia Kennedy, U.S. Navy Veteran, Hampton University, 2019 Fellow