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Research / Engaged Learning Project Opportunity!

Dear student researchers, Please see below an opportunity to engaged in research related to economic/entrepreneurial strategies to improve the financial state of full-time Methodist ministers. You could turn this into an Engaged Learning Project and be supported by URA as … Continue reading

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Big iDeas Business Plan Application Deadline – Jan 25

Hi all, Below please see information regarding the upcoming Big iDeas Business Plan application cycle. If you have a great business idea, develop a business plan and pitch in front of a panel of judges on Fri, Jan 30 at the … Continue reading

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Volunteer Opportunity with Kids-U

Dear student researchers, If you are looking for volunteer opportunities during the semester or the summer period, below find information about Kids-U. This program offers free tutoring to at risk kids in grades K-8th.

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Duke University now taking NSF Noyce Teacher Fellowship applications

Dear student researchers, The Duke University Master of Arts in Teaching Program is currently accepting applications for the National Science Foundation (NSF) Noyce Teacher Fellowship. The Duke Noyce Fellowship is a prestigious, NSF graduate fellowship that recruits highly-successful math and … Continue reading

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U.S. Department of Homeland Security STEM Internships

Dear student researchers, See below a flyer for the 2015 Homeland Security STEM Internship program. It provides students with the opportunities to engage in quality research at federal facilities across the country and also provides a great avenue to establish … Continue reading

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National Collegiate Research Conference at Harvard

Dear student researchers, Please see below information about the 2015 National Collegiate Research Conference held at Harvard University. NCRC is a student-run national research organization that brings together undergraduate researchers from across the nation to share their work and take … Continue reading

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MIT Summer Research Opportunities through Amgen-UROP Scholars

Dear student researchers, Below find information on the 2015 Amgen-UROP Scholars Program at MIT. It offers opportunities for students to get involved in research during the summer at MIT under the guidance of expert faculty. Scholars will receive a stipend, … Continue reading

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Mayer Interdisciplinary Research Fellows Proposals Due March 28th!

Dear student researchers, Anyone considering interdisciplinary research projects where at least one discipline is in Dedman College are encouraged to apply to the Mayer Scholars program. Proposals are due March 28th and should be submitted to Dr. Caroline B. Brettell at cbrettell@smu.edu

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Research Day 2014 is here! Wed, Feb 26

RESEARCH DAY 2014 UNDERGRADUATE PRESENTATIONS Wed, Feb 26 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Hughes-Trigg Forum I would like to extend an invitation to the 2014 Research Day. This year, Research Day will debut a pilot presentation session in the morning … Continue reading

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NSF Grant Workshop at UT El Paso – Feb 25

Dear students researchers, If you are interested in applying for for a National Science Foundation grant, UT El Paso is hosting a workshop designed to be a one-day comprehensive guide on how to submit a winning proposal. The workshop will … Continue reading

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