Author Archives: Robert Kehoe
This year, SMU will offer 1 week of workshop sessions in early June. The announcement is below and includes a link so you can register and read about the details. Undergraduate students with research that has a computing component are … Continue reading
Dear Colleagues: As you know, Big iDeas at SMU is an undergraduate research program that will engage and support SMU students who are interested in addressing key problems faced by the Dallas and Metroplex area. At the end of January, I received some … Continue reading
Dear Dedman Faculty: I am pleased to announce that the Hamilton Scholars Program (supporting Undergraduate Research Assistants) has been graciously funded for another year by Dan Hamilton and Diane Buford, the children of Jack and Jane Hamilton. They have attended the reception … Continue reading
In response to very positive response on the original Announcement of the full-time Summer Research Assistantships (SRAs) for 2013, we would like to clarify to points concerning the matching funds. For those applications that rely on a source of matching … Continue reading
SMU has established a chapter of the national McNair Scholars Program to support qualifying undergraduates that have an interest in pursuing graduate study. The program offers many ways to assist interested students through this transition to graduate school, including support … Continue reading
SMU is hosting the 2nd Annual full-time Summer Research Assistantships. They are a great way to engage in a focused project on a topic of your interest. They can be a stepping stone to an Engaged Learning or other SMU … Continue reading
Student researchers and faculty mentors are encouraged to consider participating in the Undergraduate Interdisciplinary Research Conference at Collin College April 25 and 26th. For more information, take a look at their website. Note that the deadline for abstracts or other … Continue reading
Interested students and faculty should take a look at the Undergraduate Research Conference hosted by Texas Tech in April. The deadline for abstract submissions is March 19th.
The Texas Space Grant Research Consortium (TSGC) hosts a competition for scholarships supporting undergraduates in research at member institutions such as SMU. Details of the program can be obtained at TSGC Undergraduate Scholarships.
Bored with homework? There is an immediate opening with Professor Thomas Coan (Physics) for a student interested in undergraduate research. The work is to port existing pedagogical physics simulation code from Pascal to a modern computer language like JAVA or … Continue reading