[Mathmajors] Call for Applications - 05-06 Research Fellowships
forAdvanced UW Undergraduates (fwd)
miller at math.washington.edu
Mon Apr 18 10:25:00 PDT 2005
2005-06 Research Fellowships for Advanced Undergraduates
The Undergraduate Research Program is now accepting applications for
Research Fellowships for Advanced Undergraduates. Application deadline is
Monday, May 9, 2005. Click
http://www.washington.edu/research/urp/rfau.html for the application.
Research Fellowships for Advanced Undergraduates support promising
students to work on creative and sophisticated science and engineering
research projects under the guidance of UW faculty. These awards target
undergraduates who have already participated in undergraduate research for
at least three quarters and who are working beyond an introductory level
in a project that requires creativity and advanced knowledge. Students may
apply for full-time support for summer 2005, or part-time support
throughout academic year 2005-06. Undergraduates who are interested in
devoting a significant portion of time to research, which both complements
their coursework and furthers their professional goals, are especially
encouraged to apply.
Award: $3500, to be disbursed in the amount of $1750 at the beginning of
terms A and B of Summer 2005; or, $5000, to be disbursed in the amount of
$1666.66 at the beginning of Autumn 2005 and Winter and Spring 2006.
Eligibility: Research projects must be in a field of science or
engineering and must be overseen by a UW faculty mentor, who may not be a
graduate student assistant or teaching assistant. Additionally, the
student should have completed at least three quarters of research by the
end of Spring 2005.
All additional information and the application can be found at
The Washington Research Foundation generously supports the Research
Fellowship for Advanced Undergraduates in order to recognize
undergraduates who achieve a high level of accomplishment in research,
particularly in areas relevant to the development of new technologies.
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