The Council on Undergraduate Research hosts a Registry of Undergraduate Researchers, designed with the intent of matching undergraduate students with research experience who also have a desire to pursue an advanced degree. Currently the registry is open to students and graduate schools/employers in the fields of engineering, biology/biochemistry, business, chemistry/biochemistry, education, environmental studies, geosciences, health professions, mathematics/computer science, physics/ astronomy, and many more.
This Student and Early Career Information page from NSF summarizes funding opportunities for undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral student researchers to participate in international research and education activities. Individual postdoctoral and graduate student researchers may apply directly for a number of OISE programs. In addition, postdoctoral and graduate and undergraduate student researchers may be supported as participants in collaborative research projects, joint workshops, and other activities supported by NSF.