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Dr. Brian Schmit
Associate Dean for Research
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In order to broaden student educational opportunities and increase the overall research activities within the college, the Undergraduate Research Committee (URC) is again this year supporting Undergraduate Research Fellowship Awards by providing funding opportunities up to $5,000 for the Academic year 2017-18, including Summer 2018. This award is made directly to the students. However, interested students must contact an interested faculty who is willing to host the student project. In order to be considered for this award, please follow the Proposal Guidelines.
Funding for the Undergraduate Research Program in the Opus College of Engineering comes from multiple sources.
Interested students should apply by following the instructions for the Undergraduate Research Fellowship Awards.
The proposal deadline is January 19, 2018.