Through funding from Intel Corporation and the Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), the Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program provides funding for undergraduate students to engage in cutting-edge research. Intel and SRC are very interested in recruiting diverse students to this program with a special focus on historically underrepresented students, women, first generation college students and students from socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds. Alumni of this program, known as SRC Fellows, gain access to internships with Intel and national laboratories such as the Brookhaven National Laboratory. SRC Fellows are also invited to present their research at TECHCON.
This past September, SRC students presented at TECHCON the premier industry event to showcase the best university research sponsored by SRC membership. TECHCON continues to be the leading opportunity for SRC students nearing completion of their degree to present research, network with peers and explore career opportunities with SRC members, within a truly collaborative environment.
Applicants should have a strong interest in research and a desire to seek advanced degrees in:
- Electrical Engineering
- Material Science and Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
This fellowship is open to current undergraduate students attending the University of Michigan - Ann Arbor Campus. Students may not be enrolled in more than one spring or one summer course while participating in the fellowship program. Enrollment in spring/summer courses is highly discouraged for program participants.
Stipend Award: $4000
Fellowship Dates: Tuesday, May 31 - Friday August 5, 2016
Application Opens: Mid-December 2015
Application Deadline: Friday, February 19, 2016
Mandatory Orientation: Tuesday, May 31, 2016
For more information, please contact Charmise L. Knox (firstname.lastname@example.org), Student Services Program Manager.
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