This webpage is a collection of resources for and about undergraduate students.
Each year talented undergraduate students interested in pursuing an academic career in areas related to: Physics, Electric Engineering, Materials Science, Mathematics and/or Computer Science, are selected. These students will participate in a series of activities designed to prepare them to succeed in graduate school and to join UPR-H faculty after completing a Ph.D. in science.
Sample titles of the slides in this presentation are purpose, method - two year longitudinal study, results, and summary and next steps.
A discussion on how to involve undergrads in research
“Case Western Reserve University offers research opportunities for minority undergraduate students in science and engineering. Students spend ten weeks working in a research laboratory or research program under the direction of a faculty member. They also attend lectures by science and engineering faculty and give poster presentations at the end of the program. The Summer Undergraduate Research Program includes a stipend, plus support for housing, meals, travel, and supplies.” The areas of research availabl
This handout covers the undergraduate program offered through the ACES Program. The application, feedback, and information about the previous year's participants in included.
As part of your agreement in accepting Undergraduate Research funding through LIFE, you must submit a brief final report (a minimum of five double-spaced pages) as well as a separate abstract at the conclusion of the semester in which you receive funding. Specific dates will be provided by LIFE. Your report must be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org and may be reviewed by the agency that funded your research.
Areas of this poster are titled abstract and background, method, results- performance, results- gender, and conclusions.
Top 10 Tips for Academic Leaders to Accelerate the Advancement of Women in Science and Engineering
Funded primarily by The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation with a supplemental grant from The Engineering Information Foundation, the Project to Assess Climate in Engineering (PACE) is a multi-site research project intended to identify issues that affect persistence rates among Engineering undergraduates.
New NSF program description.