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TheCSTEP Summer Research Program (May 30 – July 28, 2023) is an 8.5-week program that provides students with a faculty-mentored research experience in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) majors and/or the licensed professions such as Nursing, Dentistry, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Medicine, Pharmacy, Psychology, Law, and Social Work. We seek talented underrepresented rising sophomores, juniors and continuing seniors whose undergraduate career would be enhanced by conducting research under the guidance of a UB faculty mentor. Our research experience enhances students’ competitiveness when pursuing graduate school or careers.A stipend of $4,200 and tuition will be awarded to participants (totaling $5,500). In addition, participants can also continue during the academic year with more funding from CSTEP.
Research assignments are based on mutual interests of faculty mentors and interns. Interns also participate in a research methods course, Focused Friday seminars to develop soft skills, fieldtrips, and community service. As a capstone, students present their research projects to peers, faculty, and the UB community during the Annual Research Symposium and Undergraduate Research Conference.
Candidates should intend to pursue any licensed profession, such as Nursing, Dentistry, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Medicine, Pharmacy, Psychology, Law, Social WorkOR major in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM). An interestin research is required. More information and eligibility can be found here. Students must submit application BEFORE the March 17th deadline.
$4,200 Stipend/Meal Card + Summer Tuition (Interns can also continue with additional funding of at least $2,700 during the academic year until graduation)
Faculty Mentorship with intensive research experience
Research Methods Seminar (3.0 credit hours)
Networking with professionals, faculty, & peers
Graduate school preparation
Development of soft skills via seminars with experts
Enhanced presentation skills via Annual Summer Research Symposium and Undergraduate Research Conference
Here’s what previous research interns have said about their experience:
“The CSTEP Summer Research Program isn’t just a program that provides research opportunities; it gave me access to alumni, scholarships, faculty, friendships, and networking.”– Electrical Engineering Major
“This experience has been amazing because not only was it educational and informative, but it was uplifting and made me feel like the sky is the limit…The internship opened my mind to research and helped me to consider multiple career options.”– Pre-Med/Biological Sciences Major
At least one letter of recommendation must be from a faculty member, staff or supervisor on letterhead. Letters may be submitted at the letter of recommendation page. CSTEP staff is available to offer any assistance with personal statements, resumes and any aspect of the process.
HYPER addresses challenges in aerospace travel and energy production, advancing the fundamental knowledge needed to overcome technical barriers limiting hypersonic flight. The 10-week program will be held this summer from May 21st – July 29th, 2023. Participants will gain hands-on research training in challenges such as: utilizing advanced manufacturing techniques for high-value components, integrating in-site monitoring of stress-strain evolution, developing novel methods for improved internal cooling and heat transfer effectiveness, and mitigating flutter through advanced rotor dynamic control. Many of these challenges rely on approaches that cut across disciplines and research techniques.
We are actively recruiting a diverse group of participants from a variety of universities. These students will:
• Conduct hands-on research guided directly by a faculty mentor and their graduate student(s)
• Interact with a diverse multidisciplinary team of researchers
• Visit the NASA Kennedy Space Center and various aerospace companies
• Participate in professional development workshops
• Gain in-depth training on numerical simulation software ANSYS
• Prepare for graduate school and a research-based career
Each HYPER REU participant will receive a summer stipend of $6,000, on-campus housing, and a travel allowance to and from Orlando, Florida. To learn more about the program, please visit our website at cater.cecs.ucf.edu/hyper/ or view the HYPER REU flyer (linked and pictured below).
The NSF Career project is looking to recruit Honors College Students for research that includes Hands-on Experiments with Teams of Tiny Ground Robots and Drones!
The project focuses on programming tiny (palm sized) ground-based robots and aerial robots (aka drones), and performing experiments with them in a motion capture facility that tracks each robot individually. We can also use an overhead projector to project virtual maps and environments over which the robots will operate. The goal of this project is to test and validate various multi-robot and robot swarm applications such as area coverage, hazard localization, formation flight and multi-task completion. These algorithms are connected with real-world applications mainly in disaster response (e.g., flood response, finding skiers trapped under avalanche, search and rescue etc.), pollution clean-up and goods/material transportation. These small lab-scale experiments with the tiny robots will serve as a scaled down validation of how effective (aka efficient, fast, reliable) will be such multi-robot solutions in real-world applications. In corollary, we will also study the interactions of these teams of tiny robots with human supervisors that communicate with them through a computer game based interface. This UG research opportunity is part of a larger project funded by the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF).
Students with URM background preferred, in order for the student(s) to get a stipend, totaling up to $8K over the year. Students with strong technical background and progress in the project will be also be eligible for a stipend of up to $8K over the year
CSTEP invites you to attend ourinformation sessionon Thursday, February 9, 2022 at 4:00pm in 104 O’Brian. Come learn about the opportunities that CSTEP offers and how it can benefit you! RSVP by, February 9th at: https://www.tinyurl.com/CSTEPSession
Have you thought about seeking some research experience? Do you like working with children? Are you interested in child development, psychology, nutrition, and/or health?
The Child Health and Behavior Lab (HABLAB) at the University of Buffalo is looking for undergraduate students to assist with research studies during Summer and Fall 2023. These research experiences would be under the leadership of Dr. Stephanie Anzman-Frasca, who conducts laboratory- and community-based studies in the area of children’s eating behavior and obesity prevention. More information about Dr. Anzman-Frasca’s work is available here: https://medicine.buffalo.edu/faculty/profile.html?ubit=safrasca, and more information about HABLAB is available at http://ubhablab.weebly.com. You can also find HABLAB on social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram) @ubhablab.
Responsibilities of student research assistants include: assisting with materials preparation, entering data, and helping staff in the implementation of the study design. It is anticipated that students will have the opportunity to work directly with study participants, including parents and children, in laboratory and/or community studies. All incoming research assistants must be able to commit to at least 135 hours of research over the semester (equates to about 10 hours per week), with preference given to students who can commit to at least two semesters. Some evening/weekend availability is necessary in order to work with participants. For students who spend multiple semesters on the team, independent research projects, conference presentations, and/or thesis projects may be possible.
You don’t need to have prior research experience or be an upperclassman to apply! Interested students can apply by submitting an application and a resumeto email@example.com, using “HABLAB student research assistant application 2023” as the subject of the email. Applications may be downloaded at http://ubhablab.weebly.com/students. We are currently filling positions for Summer on a rolling basis, with a preference for students interested in both Summer and Fall.
Save The Date: July 20-21, 2023 It’s time to mark your calendar and start making plans to join the University at Buffalo for our 28th Annual Undergraduate Research Conference! This year’s virtual conference will be held July 20-21, 2023. We’re working hard to plan an experience that will inspire students interested in demonstrating their knowledge and talents to an audience drawn from all over the nation. Stay tuned for updates and registration information.
ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
Date July 20-21, 2023 Location This year’s conference will be held virtually via the Whova platform. Who should attend? All undergraduate student researchers are welcome, including (but not limited to) those from McNair, SSS, LSAMP and CSTEP. This conference is an excellent opportunity to: • Present faculty-supervised research. • Foster conversation around shared interests. • Network with your peers and current graduate students from your field of study. Registration • An email announcement will be sent in spring 2023 once registration is open. • Call for presenters will be announced in March. We can’t wait to welcome you to the conference this summer!
The University at Buffalo Undergraduate Research Conference brings together the next generation of professors, researchers, entrepreneurs and influencers to learn about graduate and professional opportunities, with a focus on diversifying the graduate student body at UB and across the nation.
The Digital Legal Research Lab is a collaborative and interdisciplinary team of scholars at the University of Nebraska Lincoln’s Department of History and Center for Digital Research in the Humanities working to bring marginalized people’s legal histories to a broader audience using digital tools and critical methodologies.
We offer UCARE opportunities in the summer and academic year to UNL undergraduates and a National Science Foundation Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) to students outside of UNL.
PROGRAM DURATION June 1, 2023 – August 4, 2023
COMPETITIVE STIPEND $6,000 RELATED FIELDS History, Sociology, Political Science
Join us for our “Summer Opportunities Information Session”next Thursday, November 17 at 4:00pm in 107 Capen (Honors Colloquium Room), in collaboration with the University Honors College, to learn about how to make the most of your summer! It is never too early to start planning for next summer! It is beneficial to think about what programs you want to apply for now so you can begin preparing your application materials. Food will be provided at the meeting. Please RSVP below.
Find out about the benefits and requirements of our CSTEP Summer Research Program, Roswell Park Summer Research Experience Program, CLIMB UP for Summer Research, Western New York Prosperity Fellowship Program, McNair Scholars Program, LSAMP Summer Research Program and InRoads Inc., an organization that creates pathways to careers for diverse college students through internship opportunities.
Stipends range from$2,800-$5,000 for summer experiences. These summer programs are a great way to get paid while gaining valuable experience for your resume such as team building, leadership, communication and research skills. Summer programs make you a more competitive candidate for graduate and professional school and allow you to determine if research is right for you and what topics you are interested in pursuing in the future!
Interested in working on a research or creative project? Come learn about undergraduate level research and creative opportunities at UB. Mentored research or creative projects WILL EARN you Honors Experience Credits and add to your resume and knowledge base no matter your major or academic program. Research is for all majors. Workshop will cover: -HOW TO FIND A PROJECT or OPPORTUNITY -How to turn your work into HONORS EXPERIENCE CREDITS -DISCUSS FUNDING $$ -Honors College Research and Creativity fund application overview and deadlines -ELN Research work and conference funding application overview and deadlines Join UB Honors and UB’s Experiential Learning Network (ELN) on either Wednesday September 21st, 1-2pm in 128 Capen Hall or Thursday September 22nd, 2-3pm in128 Capen Hall