The Pavlis Honors College announced the fifth year of our Undergraduate Research Internship Program (URIP) for the 2019-20 academic year.
There are now three tracks for faculty mentors to consider:
- Faculty in Health-Related Fields are invited to identify an undergraduate research intern with any amount of prior research experience – Portage Health Foundation Scholars
- Faculty in Engineering, Technology, Environmental Sciences or Wildlife Sciences are invited to identify an undergraduate research intern with any amount of prior research experience – DeVlieg Foundation Scholars
- Faculty in any discipline are invited to identify an undergraduate intern that is relatively new to research or scholarship (less than 6 months) –Pavlis Young Investigators
The internship program will run from September through mid-April, 2020 and is open to any undergraduate student on campus with an identified faculty research mentor. Faculty and students who are already working together are welcome to apply.
The Pavlis Honors College will provide $800 in funding for the student intern, with the expectation that faculty will provide matching funds to be dispensed concurrently, resulting in a total of $1,600 paid at a rate of $10/hour over the course of the internship. Faculty may make use of research funds, IRAD, startup packages or consult their chairs, deans or center/institute management to identify the source of their match.
Details regarding the Undergraduate Research Internship Program (URIP) application process can be found at mtu.edu/honors/research/urip/application.html. The deadline to submit applications is Wednesday, March 27.
The Undergraduate Research Internship Program is made possible with the support of the Pavlis Honors College and by generous donations from the Portage Health Foundation and the DeVlieg Foundation.