JINA's Undergraduate Research Assistance Program
( JURA Program )

Undergraduate students at Notre Dame work on various projects
in nuclear astrophysics in the Nuclear Structure Laboratory.

JURA@Notre Dame Fall 2007 participants are:

Elizabeth High
Steven Kurtz
Adam Lamm
James Miller Marquez
Stan Strycker

-- The Nuclear Structure Laboratory at Notre Dame is one of only three medium-scale accelerator laboratories in the United States funded by the National Science Foundation to perform basic research in a wide spectrum of areas that overlap with most of the highest priority scientific objectives in modern nuclear physics.

Students are paid by the hour on flexible schedules with about 10-20 hours/week spent in the lab, or they are eligible to earn research or directed study credits with permission of the Department Chair and the instructor.

If you are a major in physics or a related field, have a strong interest in physics, and are interested in participating in this program contact:

Prof. Michael Wiescher - mwiesche@nd.edu

To learn more about the science browse the Notre Dame Nuclear Physics Group homepage: