About the Crook lab
We welcome interest from any first year Ph.D. student enrolled in the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Ph.D. program at NCSU. Students from other NCSU graduate programs interested in our lab should first confirm eligibility rules with their departmental administrators before contacting us. Per NCSU regulations, we are not permitted to consider any graduate trainees for direct admission into our lab (i.e. you must first be accepted to CBE). Interested students should e-mail email@example.com.
Undergraduate students enrolled at NCSU:
We welcome interest in independent research opportunities during the academic year and summer. We strongly encourage students to participate in our group through official NCSU independent research courses.
Summer research opportunities:
We welcome interest in summer research experiences from any undergraduate student. We strongly encourage interested students to identify and apply for independent stipend support for their time with us. Deadlines for most fellowships occur in the late Fall and Winter preceding the summer in question, and applicants should contact us well in advance of applicable deadlines to establish their research plan.
We are happy to consider post-doctoral fellow applicants with independent funding. Interested applicants should send their CV, cover letter (ideally describing specific independent projects), and contact information for at least three references to firstname.lastname@example.org.