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Research Opportunities for Undergraduates

Clare Booth Luce Research Scholarship

The Clare Booth Luce Program Women in Science and Engineering invites women to apply for a Clare Boothe Luce Research Scholarship for summer 2014.

DEADLINE: Friday April 4, 2014

Clare Boothe Luce Research Scholarships provide summer research grants to support research activities, including the cost of supplies, professional travel, and on-campus summer housing.

Those eligible to apply for these awards are highly qualified female students in the following majors:

  • Chemistry
  • Computer & Information Sciences
  • Mathematics
  • Physics (including Engineering Physics)
  • Environmental Science or Natural Science only if
  • your experience to date demonstrates significant involvement in Chemistry, Computer & Information Sciences, Mathematics, or Physics; and
  • your Clare Boothe Luce research will be mentored by a faculty member in one of these areas.
To be eligible, a student must be a US citizen, but is not eligible if she is intending to pursue further education in the medical sciences (e.g Pre-Med students). Students receiving these awards are expected to present their findings at the undergraduate research symposium/fair of their college.

To apply for a Clare Boothe Luce Research Scholarship, please click on this link.



Microsoft Research Data Science Summer School

Announcing the new Microsoft Research Data Science Summer School, an intensive eight-week hands-on introduction to data science for college students in the New York City area.

Each student receives a $5,000 stipend for participating in the summer school, as well as a laptop.

As we are committed to increasing diversity in computer science, we strongly encourage women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and students from smaller colleges to apply to the program.

We are accepting applications until April 18.

Further information about the program is available on our website: https://ds3.research.microsoft.com



Research Experiences for Undergraduates

NSF-funded research experiences for undergraduates (REUs) that the department is informed about will be listed here for viewing. These research experiences take place at other institutions.

  • Research on Biomedical Informatics at UMass Lowell

    Are you interested in spending a summer like this ---

    • Pursuing extremely fun and cutting edge computing research involve Xbox360, Kinect, Android, iPhone,Search Engine, Data Mining, Machine Learning, Information security, Privacy ...
    • Making big impacts on improving health care quality, reducing medical errors, and advancing biomedical research and development
    • Living in Lowell, Massachusetts, a scenic city rich in history and natural beauty, and just thirty-minutes driving from Boston downtown.
    • Get paid:
      • stipends ($4,500 for the 9 week period)
      • travel allowance (up to $500)
      • full housing and meal allowance are offered
      • professional conference travel support (up to $1,000)
      • social activities and field trips
      • career mentoring on resume, interview skills, industry/academic career, graduate school application
      • optional research/financial support during the subsequent Fall and Sp ring semesters

    The online application is now available! Deadline: April 11, 2014

    For more details, please visit the website at http://www.cs.uml.edu/~ycao/reu/.

  • Cyber Security and Forensics at University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Motivated and talented students are invited to apply for paid summer research internships to gain hands-on research experience in cyber security and forensics, in particular, the security and forensics problems in mobile computing, cloud computing, and social computing. This opportunity is open to only ten students across the country.
    Highlights:
    • Eight week paid program (June 2 to July 25, tentative) - $4,000 stipend in total
    • Travel, housing and meals will be provided as necessary - Open to Sophomore, Junior, & Senior students in computer science or related majors
    • Students in Math, Physics, or Engineering are also encouraged to apply

    Where: NSF REU Site at UALR - Project Lead: Dr. Mengjun Xie
    When: June 2 - July 25, 2014
    Application Deadline: March 31, 2014
    Requirements: Students must be U.S. Citizen or Permanent Residents
    Qualifications: GPA of 3.0 or above
    Further details and information, please visit: https://sites.google.com/a/ualr.edu/cs-reu-site-ualr/.
 

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