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ARISE is a chance-based program that provides intensive lab experience under the supervision of some of NYU’s cutting-edge research experts. The program is a 7-week full-day summer program held on-campus in Tandon and Washington Square. It is accessible to New York City students with a significant interest in jobs in STEM subjects. Students are taught college-level research, expository writing, scientific methodologies, professional growth, and ethics, and the program concludes with a professional poster presentation and colloquium.

ARISE is a free program at NYU Tandon School of Engineering for academically ambitious sophomores and juniors with a demonstrated interest in STEM. The seven-week program includes a five-week research experience in NYU faculty laboratories, mentoring from a graduate or postdoctoral student, a $750 stipend, and two weeks of seminars and college application preparation.

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