SABUR (Student Advisory Board for Undergraduate Research) is hosting their first meeting of the semester this Thursday, January 28th from 11am-12pm at the Student Center Rm319. Dr. Roberta Berry will be giving a presentation on the controversies surrounding Bioscience and Biotechnology research. Refreshments will be provided.
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Undergraduate Research News and Deadlines – January 14, 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1. 5th Annual GT Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium and Awards – Applications due February 1st!
2. SABUR Research Seminar Series – Dr. Robert Berry – Thurs, Jan 28th 11am
3. ACC Meeting of the Minds 5th Annual Undergraduate Research Conference – Applications due February 8th!
4. Georgia Tech Research and Innovation Conference (gtRIC) – February 8th.
5. Summer Undergraduate Research Opportunities – General Information
6. Summer Undergraduate Research Ops – Multiple Listings
7. International Research Opportunities – Multiple Listings
8. Fulbright Information Session – February 11th
9. Georgia Tech’s Chapter of IAESTE looking for research internships
10. 2010 MIT Clean Energy Prize business plan competition
It’s time for the UROP Spring Symposium. Showcase your undergraduate research and win prizes!!
If you wish to apply for the Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium, the deadline is Monday, February 1st. Students may give a poster presentation or an oral presentation. Presentations will be given on Tuesday, March 16th, 2010.
Don’t forget, prizes are given to the top poster presentation and top oral presentation from each college. An award will also be given by each college for Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher
To apply, go to the online application
The Governor’s Office of Planning and Budget is seeking two interns to begin work in early January. These interns will assist the OPB staff in analyzing the fiscal impact of legislation being heard by the Georgia General Assembly. Interns will work in a fast-paced environment and enjoy many opportunities to learn more about politics, state government and the legislative process.
Graduate students or recent graduates are preferred and all majors are encouraged to apply. Interns will receive an hourly stipend based upon their education level. Interns are required to work 20 to 40 hours per week and will begin as soon as possible.
To apply for this position, please email or fax your resume, a cover letter, reference list and a writing sample to email@example.com or 404-656-5947 with “OPB Internship” in the subject line.
You can earn audit credit through the Division of Professional Practice for this internship!
Jennifer Clark, an assistant professor in the Georgia Tech School of Public Policy, has been awarded the 2009 Regional Studies Association Best Book Award for her book Remaking Regional Economies (co-authored with Susan Christopherson). Continue reading
Interested in publishing your research work? Have a research project in progress that you’d like to share with the Georgia Tech campus?
If so, submit your work to Georgia Tech’s Undergraduate Research Journal, The Tower. Submissions for this Spring’s issue have been extended until October 8, 2009. We can use YOUR article!
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH AT 11:00AM-12:00PM.
STUDENT CENTER ROOM 301
Interested in being paid for part-time research work? Then, attend an information session on the President’s Undergraduate Research Award (PURA). Eligibility, timing, and application tips and hints will be discussed. This is suggested for all students thinking of applying for Spring 2010 awards. For additional information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org. (Applications for Spring 2010 salary awards are due October 19th) Need someone to review your Application? Richard Barke would be happy to assist!!!
The Kaiser Family Foundation has a useful tool for comparing various proposals currently under discussion. At their website you can compare any of 11 different plans, including the latest iterations in congressional plans, the proposals of individual members of Congress, and the position of the Obama administration.
Tuesday, September 1st
Student Center, Room 319
Did you know you can earn academic credit towards your PUBP degree for research? Or receive money to conduct research or attend a conference?
Interested in learning more about how to become involved in research as an undergraduate student? Then, join us at one of our fall information sessions. We’ll talk about the possibilities available to students and discuss how to find a project. Several students will be in attendance to provide their personal perspectives and answer questions. We’ll also cover funding for research, summer opportunities, and UROP programs to support students in research, including two student organizations. For additional information, contact email@example.com.