The American Association of Physicists in Medicine has announced its call for applications for its 2018 summer undergraduate fellowship programs. I want to make sure as many physics professors as possible know about this offering. The announcement usually comes out a bit later than the NSF REU announcements, and so I think it can get missed.
If you have a student even marginally interested in medical physics, I hope you will let them know about the opportunity. You can click on the image above to go to a program flyer. In addition to the program linked to in that image, there is another wonderful program, the Diversity Recruitment through Education and Mentoring (DREAM) program. Click the image below to go to the flyer for the DREAM program.
And here is a link to the full webpage. (Scroll down to get to the undergraduate fellowship information.)
There are several nice features about the programs. The stipends are $5,000 and the ten week term can be flexible, determined by the student and the faculty sponsor. The deadline for student applications is February 2, 2018.