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Date: Tue Sep 14 12:31:11 2021
Subject: 21.09.14 Internship in Computational Chemistry for Undergraduate Students
Internship in Computational Chemistry is available in my research group 
at Clark Atlanta University for highly motivated undergraduate students 
majoring in Chemistry, Physics, or Materials Science and Engineering. 

Students will have the opportunity to participate at a cutting-edge 
research project funded by National Science Foundation on the theoretical 
simulations of organic semiconductors for organic electronics 
technology such as organic light-emitting diodes and solar cells. 

The participants will have an internship that will cover their stipend 
and internship materials from the NSF Grant. 

Background in physical chemistry, computational chemistry and knowledge 
on basic Linux commands are preferred.

If interested, please send me an email at ssalman^^^cau.edu and 
include a CV, unofficial transcript and contact information 
of two references.

Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
If interested, please send me an email at ssalman^^^cau.edu 
and include a CV, unofficial transcript and contact information 
of two references.

Students interested in this internship must meet the eligibility 
standards set by Clark Atlanta University.
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