Rice University is hosting the Gulf Coast Undergraduate Research Symposium (GCURS) on Saturday, November 4, 2017.
Attached is a flyer for the symposium.
GCURS is a forum for undergraduate researchers to present original research discoveries. The symposium format is 10-12 minutes, individual, oral PowerPoint presentation. An additional 2-3 minutes will be allotted for a question-and-answer period. Our students report that giving formal presentations in a multi-institution event is more interesting and valuable than either an in-house presentation series or regional conference poster session. GCURS also fosters intercollegiate interactions among students and faculty who share a passion for undergraduate research.
Meals will be provided on the day of the symposium. To close the symposium, an interdisciplinary networking reception with heavy appetizers and hors GCURS 2017d’oeuvres will be held for all GCURS participants and visiting faculty.
A limited number of rooms at the Marriott Hotel are available for participants and visiting judges traveling to Houston.
Interested students should register online at gcurs.rice.edu and submit a one-page research abstract by Tuesday, October 10, 2017. We can accommodate 60 students in each section. In previous years we have been able to accommodate almost all registrants who wanted to speak, but if capacity becomes limiting we will select participants on the basis of submitted abstracts. Advisors can also register online at gcurs.rice.edu.
For more information, please contact:
Jennifer K. Hunter, Visibility Specialist
Electrical & Computer Engineering | Rice University
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The Nebraska Summer Research Program is accepting applications in the research programs listed below. The program provides a significant research experience and preparation for applying to and succeeding in graduate school.
For those interested in applying, please note:
- The application deadline is March 1, 2017
- They can apply online at http://www.unl.edu/summerprogram/home
- This is a 10 week REU program, located in Lincoln, NE
- Stipends are competitive (between $4000-$6000)
- Travel, housing, and meal expenses are covered by the program. Learn more about the benefits here.
For more information, please contact:
Director, Graduate Enrollment
Office of Graduate Studies
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
1100 Seaton Hall
Lincoln, NE 68588-0619
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I am writing to let you know about the NSF sponsored Research Experiences for Undergraduates (NSF-REU) program at the Maria Mitchell Association (MMA) in Nantucket, MA.
Our award winning program, the recipient of the 2009 Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring, is currently soliciting applications for summer 2017.
The program offers paid, 10-week-long research experiences for six undergraduate students every summer. Student projects range from studies of extra-solar planets and observations of variable stars, to studies of galaxy formation and evolution, and encompass a mix of both observational and theoretical based projects.
As part of the program, the MMA provides free student housing, a student stipend, and paid travel to and from Nantucket. In addition, all students are encouraged to present their research at the annual winter meeting of the American Astronomical Society (AAS) in January 2018, also sponsored by the MMA.
I am attaching below a poster advertising our program. I would very much appreciate it if you would print out and hang this poster in a well-trafficked area within your department. I would also greatly appreciate your encouragement of any interested undergraduate students to apply to the program. Please note, the application deadline is February 1, 2017.
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Director of Astronomy
Maria Mitchell Association
We are now accepting Design Brief applications for the Spring 2017 TSGC Design CHALLENGE program:
Both 1- and 2-semester projects are available, applicable to many engineering and other science disciplines.
Topics from Fall 2016 are listed as reserved on our topics page. Open Topics are available for any new teams. We currently have 9 new topics available.
The program offers more than $1000 in team funding throughout the semester, plus competitive scholarships.
Please distribute the attached flyer to help advertise our program.
Spring 2017 DESIGN CHALLENGE
Design Brief hard deadline: January 30, 2017
Looking forward to another great semester.
Let us know if you have any questions.
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