Call for AY 2014-2015 Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Institute (MURI) Proposals
The Center for Research and Learning welcomes proposals for the AY 2014- 2015 Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Institute (MURI) at IUPUI. Proposals should represent two or more disciplines and should offer undergraduate students the opportunity to engage in a substantive research experience focused on a significant research problem.
This is a unique opportunity provided to IUPUI faculty and researchers for mentoring students while conducting pilot projects or testing new techniques and designs.
Some key points regarding this year’s program are as follows:
- Faculty writing proposals are encouraged to review the document entitled MURI FAQs for Faculty Submitting Proposals.
- Proposals must be submitted by using the current version of the MURI Project Proposal Form.
- The MURI Review Committee will review the submitted proposals using the MURI Proposal Evaluation Form (login with IUPUI username and password).
- Graduate students and post-doctoral trainees may also serve as a third co-mentor on a team, but the proposal should identify at least two faculty mentors from different disciplines.
- Proposals are due by midnight on March 28, 2014, to the following address: CRLGrant@iupui.edu
- The Proposal Review Committee Meetings are currently scheduled for April 24 and 25, 2014.
- The announcement regarding funded proposals is currently scheduled for May 2, 2014.
- Students may apply to MURI and rank their project choices beginning May 9, 2014, with a deadline of September 10, 2014.
- The academic year program begins on October 3, 2014, and continues through May 1, 2015.
MURI is jointly funded by the Center for Research and Learning, a division of the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research, and the School of Engineering and Technology.
Project proposals from all disciplines on the IUPUI campus are encouraged.
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Call for Summer 2014 Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Research Institute (MURI)
MURI facilitates the creation and support of multidisciplinary research teams consisting of undergraduate students, graduate students, post-docs, senior staff, and faculty. The primary purpose of these teams is to provide undergraduates a unique opportunity to work with mentors on real-world problems to gain research skills that can be applied to their college coursework and future careers.
MURI teams are funded to work during the academic year or the summer. During the academic year, students must commit to 120 hours of work with their research team. The summer MURI is a nine-week, full-time program with students expected to devote 75% of their time to conducting research under the supervision of their mentor and 25% of their time to professional-development, social, and cultural activities.
MURI is funded through a partnership between the Center for Research and Learning and the School of Engineering and Technology. Applications will close March 1, 2014. Please click here to: Apply today.
Call for 2014 IU Simon Cancer Center Summer Research Program (IUSCCSRP)
The IU Simon Cancer Center Summer Research Program aims to increase the number of high school and undergraduate students from under-represented populations pursuing biomedical and behavioral-science careers by engaging them in clinical and population-based biomedical cancer research.
This is a unique opportunity provided to IUPUI faculty and researchers for working with underrepresented student in the cancer research field (not limited to racial and ethnic minorities, but can also include individuals that the institution determines to be underrepresented in cancer research). Applications will close Feb. 21, 2014. Please click here: For More Info
Call for Summer 2014 Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) Undergraduate Research Program
The Indiana Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (Indiana CTSI) undergraduate clinical research program will provide Indiana University and University of Notre Dame students with the opportunity to work with Indiana CTSI faculty mentors located at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) on projects designed to increase their awareness of and interest in translational research to accelerate the pace of taking medicine from the "bench to the bedside".
The program is designed for those undergraduate students keenly interested in research. However, in addition to conducting research, there are activities planned for all summer interns on campus which include training and workshops about speaking skills, writing skills, presentation preparation, personal issues encountered during post-baccalaureate training and in academic environments, research ethics, interviewing skills, and other activities that relate to future success in clinical research.
The program is from June 2 to August 1, 2014 on the IUPUI campus. The total stipend is $3200; housing is provided for University of Notre Dame students only.
Applications will close March 1, 2014. Please click here to Apply Today
Call for Summer 2014 Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) Grant Proposals
The Center for Research and Learning welcomes proposals for the Summer 2014 Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) Grant at IUPUI. IUPUI students typically identify a mentor and work with their mentor to write a proposal for a substantive research project. Projects should be such that they would minimally last over a period of several months or up to two years or graduation (whichever comes first).
This is a unique opportunity provided to IUPUI faculty and researchers for mentoring students while conducting pilot projects or testing new techniques and designs. Applications are due by midnight on March 1, 2014. Please click here to: Apply Today
Call for Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program Summer Fellows (UROP)
UROP students take part in the Center for Research and Learning’s (CRL) nine-week summer program. In this program 75% of time is spent working on a research project with a mentor and 25% of time is spent attending professional development sessions. The CRL recommends that students accepted as UROP Summer Fellows not take classes (except for CRL-approved complementary research-related courses) or work at an additional job throughout the duration of the summer program as the program is considered a full-time commitment. Applications are due by midnight on March 1, 2014. Please click here to: Apply Today
Call for Summer 2014 Bridges to the Baccalaureate Program (Bridges) Applications
The Center for Research and Learning welcomes application for Summer 2014 Bridges to the Baccalaureate Program (Bridges) IUPUI. The Bridges to the Baccalaureate program is collaboration between Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) and Ivy Tech Community College of Central Indiana. It is a 10-week (full-time) summer and (part-time) academic year program, supported by the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
This is a unique opportunity provided to IVY TECH students with the resources such as financial support, faculty mentoring and advising, and participation in a faculty-mentored research project at IUPUI. Applications are due by 5:00pm on February 17, 2014. Please click here to: Apply Today
Call for 2014 Applications to the IUPUI URM (Undergraduate Research Mentoring) Program.
The Center for Research and Learning welcomes application for the IUPUI URM (Undergraduate Research Mentoring) Programs) IUPUI. The IUPUI URM aims to prepare and encourage high potential historically underrepresented undergraduate students to enter science careers, take on leadership roles, and to enter and complete graduate programs. Full time stipends will support IUPUI URM Fellows to undertake year-round research projects, usually beginning in the summer following the sophomore year and continuing for two years until graduation.
2013-2014 Application Deadline: Jan. 17, 2014. For a program application, please email: email@example.com Click Here for More Info
Undergraduate Research @ IUPUI
The Center for Research and Learning (CRL) is dedicated to serving students through a series of undergraduate research programs. These programs offer students an opportunity to carry out innovative research, scholarship, and creative activity with faculty mentors through internally and externally funded programs.
CRL programs expose and engage students in research experiences, providing effective pathways for lifelong active learning, scholarship, and professional development. CRL is a division of the IUPUI Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research.
Off Campus Summer Research Experiences
Roswell Park Cancer Institute’s (RPCI) “Summer Research Experience Program in Cancer Science” for college juniors has opened its online application (www.roswellpark.edu/education/summer-programs.) The deadline for applications is February 3, 2014. LSAMP Scholars who are particularly interested in pursuing a career in the biomedical sciences with an emphasis on cancer research.Please see program: FLYER. NOTE: LSAMP Scholars applying to the program will have the $20.00 application fee waived.
What is Research?
Research includes any scholarly, or artistic activity that leads to the production of new knowledge; to increased problem solving capabilities, including design and analysis; to original critical or historical theory and interpretation; or to the production of art or artistic performance.