Author Archives: Robert Kehoe
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
The Hamilton Scholars of Dedman College, accompanied by their faculty mentors, are invited present their research in the Annual Hamilton Scholars’ Reception this March 27th.
Students considering interdisciplinary research projects where at least one discipline is in Dedman College are encouraged to apply to the Mayer Scholars program.
The SMU Research Fair hosts work by undergraduate and graduate students. It will be held February 27, 2013 in Hughes-Trigg Student Center. Please note, the abstract submission deadline is February 15th. Please send to email@example.com.
The deadline for submission of final project proposals for Engaged Learning is fast approaching at February 28th, 2013! Read more about Engaged Learning Projects.
Engaged Learning Week, where student Engaged Learning projects are presented, is happening Jan. 23-25, 2013. For more visit the Engaged Learning website.