Semiconductor Research Corporation Intel
Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (SRC URO)
The SRC-URO Program aims to prepare undergraduates for graduate school through research.
Resources for Research:
- Research Tips by Andy Neureuther (pdf)
- Poster Template (PowerPoint)
- A Perspective on Graduate School by Tsu-Jae King (PowerPoint)
- Fundamentals of Applying to Grad School by Joe Hellerstein (pdf)
- Faculty Perspective: Graduate Admissions by Oscar Dubón, Jr. (pdf)
- Fellowship Summary: NSF, NDSEG by Lester Mackey (Word)
- Graduate School Infosession, Day One
Fundamentals of Applying to Grad School by Prof. Ras Bodik
- Students in specific fields of interest to SRC (BioE, CS, EE, ME, IEOR, MSE, etc.) Traditionally underrepresented students are encouraged to apply.
- US citizens or permanent residents
- GPA of 3.0 of higher
- Sophomores eligible and encouraged to apply.
SRC-URO students must provide tracking data to SRC. They must present research progress and results in a poster or a paper, at either the poster session or to the student's research group.
Stipend of up to $1500 will be paid to students accepted, depending on hours per week or level of effort, on confirmation of completion of research by faculty mentor. Designated grad student mentors may be paid $500 per year.
Up to $1500.00 for a semester of research (up to 10 hours a week). Less compensation according to level of effort. Stipends will be deposited by Electronic Fund Transfer.
Faculty will be asked to submit research position description and approval of each student.
Dealine to apply is January, 31, 2013
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