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Friday is the deadline for the …
2011-12 Undergraduate Research Fellows
We expect to award four undergraduate research fellowships for the 2011-2012 school year. These four Political Economy and Environmental Research (PEER) Fellows will actively participate in a policy research project during this school year. PEER Fellows will receive a $500/month stipend and be expected to work approximately 10 hours per week. The research subject will be either “Private vs. Public Parks” or “the Politics of Environmental Forecasts.”
These fellowships will be awarded on a competitive basis. Apply today!!
Interviews will take place this week and next. …
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My name is TJ Kaplan, and I am a fellow Public Policy major and the Business Manager of the Tower, Tech’s Undergraduate Research Journal.
We are hosting our annual Undergraduate Research Kaleidoscope, and need both submissions and attendees. If you do undergraduate research, please consider making a submission!
What?: Undergraduate Research Kaleidoscope hosted by The Tower
Where?: Library East Commons
When?: Monday, April 25th at 6:00 PM
Why?: FOOD from TIN DRUM and PRIZES!!!
You’ve worked hard this semester, and we’d like you to celebrate your accomplishments with a casual research presentation event hosted by …
Research, Scholarships/Awards »
This is a great way to learn and earn this summer. If you need help reviewing your application, do not hesitate to consult with your Faculty Mentor or any other PUBP Faculty you feel comfortable with.
What are/have some previous PUBP students done research on?
Characterizing Privatization Trends within U.S. State Parks
Access to Fertility Treatment
Multilateral Comparative Analysis of the Appropriability of Nanotechnology Research
Our Posterity, the Forgotten Phrase
The State of Environmental Policy and Politics in Georgia 2006
The Effects of Urban Placemaking on Food Consciousness: Bringing a Local Farmer’s Market to Georgia Tech
SABUR KICK-OFF MEETING
The Student Activities Board for Undergraduate Research will be hosting their fall kick off meeting Monday September 13th at 7 pm in Student Center Room 319. Come out to learn about how to get involved in undergraduate research and how to become a leader in undergraduate research if you are already involved. There will be FREE PIZZA.
If you get involved in this organization please let us know.
Please consider subscribing to UROP. This is there first post of the semester.
Undergraduate Research News and Deadlines – January 14, 2010
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
1. 5th Annual GT Undergraduate Research Spring Symposium and Awards – Applications due February 1st!
2. SABUR Research Seminar Series – Dr. Robert Berry – Thurs, Jan 28th 11am
3. ACC Meeting of the Minds 5th Annual Undergraduate Research Conference – Applications due February 8th!
4. Georgia Tech Research and Innovation Conference (gtRIC) …
Undergraduate research assistants: The Technology Policy and Assessment Center (TPAC) needs two undergraduate research assistants for Fall 2009 to help develop a database of emails for people to receive an online survey on international collaboration in science. The students will learn survey and online research skills. $8.50-$10.00 per hour.
Contact Susan Cozzens, firstname.lastname@example.org, 404-385-0397.
Call for Papers 2009
The Tower is now accepting submissions for the Spring 2009 Inaugural Volume! For more information, please refer to http://gttower.org/r/call_for_papers.pdf or e-mail us at email@example.com.
The Tower: Staff Positions Are Reopening!
Due to high level of interest, The Tower is reopening up its non-editorial board positions! If you are still interested in being part of The Tower, please submit an application for the position of your interest. More information about the position can be found on http://gttower.org/about/position-descriptions.html Be sure to have your applications submitted by May 4th, 2008! Applications can …