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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
Undergraduate research assistants: The Technology Policy and Assessment Center (TPAC) needs two undergraduate research assistants for Fall 2009 to help develop a database of emails for people to receive an online survey on international collaboration in science. The students will learn survey and online research skills. $8.50-$10.00 per hour.
Contact Susan Cozzens, firstname.lastname@example.org, 404-385-0397.
Call for Papers 2009
The Tower is now accepting submissions for the Spring 2009 Inaugural Volume! For more information, please refer to http://gttower.org/r/call_for_papers.pdf or e-mail us at email@example.com.
The Tower: Staff Positions Are Reopening!
Due to high level of interest, The Tower is reopening up its non-editorial board positions! If you are still interested in being part of The Tower, please submit an application for the position of your interest. More information about the position can be found on http://gttower.org/about/position-descriptions.html Be sure to have your applications submitted by May 4th, 2008! Applications can be found on www.gttower.org
Fall Applications due May 1
The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program competitively funds individual requests by a student/faculty teams for funds to be used to support undergraduate student involvement in faculty research. The main emphases of the awards will be for student salaries and travel expenses for undergraduates to attend professional meetings to give presentations. Students should contact individual faculty members for undergraduate research projects. Either faculty or students can initiate projects but the abstract must be written by the student. A faculty/student team must apply by the deadline given below for the semester in which the funds are requested.
Students wishing to work at GTRI may also apply with a Research Scientist and must be U.S. citizens. Students should be in good academic standing when they apply.
Students may apply for $1500 (max) salary awards or $1000 (max) travel awards. Students are eligible for only one successful salary award per academic year, but may apply for travel awards within the same academic year.
Click here to learn how to apply.
Need help reviewing your application? DO NOT HESITATE to ask your faculty mentor or Richard Barke.