URSCI Undergraduate Research Assistant Program
The Undergraduate Research Assistantship Program (URAP) is another URSCI initiative. URSCI funds four to six undergraduate research assistantships per semester.
Students assist full-time tenured or tenure-track undergraduate faculty with the faculty member’s own scholarship or creative work. The faculty member identifies a specific student, then submits an application describing the proposed scholarship and the qualifications of the student assistant. The project must be intended to produce work that will contribute to a tenure or promotion portfolio.
This program is intended to provide students a substantive intellectual experience. Mentoring is an important part of what makes a successful application. Assistants can help in areas such as:
- Library research
- Data collection
- Data analysis
- Manuscript preparation
Students receive $10 per hour for up to 150 hours ($1,500) during a 15-week semester.
All full-time undergraduate students who have attained at least sophomore status and have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 are eligible.
Applications for SUMMER AND FALL 2016 applications is April 15, 2016 by 5:00 P.M. CST. Contact URSCI Director David Perry for more information.
The Faculty member must complete the application in consultation with the student.
TO APPLY: Click here - Undergraduate Research Assistant Program Application Page