The CUNY Research Scholars Program is a year-long program which provides full-time students enrolled in associate degree programs with funded opportunities
for laboratory research with a faculty mentor. In addition to participation in research, the program includes mandatory workshops on lab safety, responsible conduct in research, and other research-related skills. Students must also complete training through Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI), if not done already, and submit their CITI certification within the first six weeks of the program; submit an abstract, prepare a poster and participate in the poster sessions towards the end of the fall and spring semester; and participate in the CUNY-wide summer symposium at the conclusion of the program.
Part I can be found at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CRSPCityTech
CRSP Application – part 2A
CRSP Application – part 2B
The Emerging Scholars Program provides a $500 stipend for full-time students (enrolled for 12 or more credits) and a $250 stipend for part-time students (enrolled in 11 or fewer credits) for conducting research with a faculty member. The purpose of the program is to provide students with an opportunity to apply what was learned in the class room to discover new knowledge, to solve real-world problems and to develop professionally while working with faculty to advance scholarly endeavors. The program includes specially designed workshops offered by the Honors Scholars and other programs and participation in a biannual poster session. Some funding for student travel to professional conferences to present results is also available. This is the second part of a two-part application, to be filled out by the student interested in participating in the Emerging Scholars program in Fall 2016.
Part I can be found at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/EmergingScholars
Emerging Scholars Application – part 2A
Emerging Scholars Application – part 2B
Calling all researchers and future researchers! The Undergraduate Research Committee hosts a research mixer each semester to help students and faculty meet to hear about the exciting research conducted within the City Tech community and to plan for future partnerships.
The Research Mixer will take place this Wednesday, May 4th, from 3-5pm in Namm 119.
The CUNY Summer Undergraduate Research Program (CSURP) is a ten-week intensive research program that will run from June 6 – August 11, 2016 and is open to undergraduates completing their sophomore or junior year. CUNY Community College students with at least 30 credits at the time of application are also encouraged to apply. The program offers hands-on research with faculty mentorship to students interested in Environmental Science, Nanoscience, Neuroscience, Photonics, and Structural Biology. A $4,000 stipend, housing, and metro cards are available to successful applicants.
This year’s application process will end at January 31, 2016 at 11:59pm. Students must complete the online application form, submit a personal statement, letter of recommendation, and transcripts, which can be found here: http://www.cuny.edu/research/sr/csurp/guidelines.html
Let’s welcome City Tech’s new LSAMP Coordinator, Marvin Bennett! Here’s a great research opportunity through LSAMP:
New York City
Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES
Want to do research but don’t know where to start?
- Learn more about the New York City Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participants (LSAMP) Program and how it may be beneficial to you
- Stipends range from $1000-$5000, depending on the number of academic credits completed at the time of applying. See the application for details.
Summer: 25-30 hours per week for 10 weeks
Semester: 12-15 hours per week for 14 weeks
- Ethnicity: African American, Hispanic, American Indian, Alaskan Native or Pacific Islander
- Full time Student (12 credits or more) at City Tech
- Majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
- GPA of 2.8 or higher
- US Citizen or Permanent Resident
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research is offering grants that will be awarded on a competitive basis to fund innovative ideas for incorporating authentic research projects into the undergraduate curriculum. Successful projects will be implemented into new or existing courses and must incorporate a researchable aim. For the purposes of this competition, authentic research is defined as a plan for seeking answers to a research question for which the outcome is unknown. The research question should be based on the expertise of the PI, and should involve the development of new avenues of inquiry.
For additional information, guidelines, and contact information, see the Research in the Classroom: Idea Grant page.
City Tech faculty members are invited to join the Undergraduate Research Committee for a six-part seminar, Mentoring: Proven Strategies for Success
Session 1: Mentoring Success
Date: Friday, October 18th
Time: 9:00 am – 10:30 am
11/14/13 Session 2: Laying the Foundation: The Mentoring Journey
02/27/14 Session 3: Characteristics of Effective Mentors and Mentees
03/27/14 Session 4: Developing a Mentoring Program of Undergraduate Research
04/24/14 Session 5: Evaluation and Tools
05/08/14 Session 6: Successes and Lessons Learned
(Sessions 2-6 will be held 11:30 am – 12:30 pm)
Participating in mentored research is one of the unique opportunities for college students. City Tech’s faculty are actively engaged in research in such fields as astronomy, biology, chemistry, communication, health sciences, history, literature, mathematics, philosophy, physics, psychology, robotics, sociology, and theater. Most people learn about these fields only through books, television and museums, long after research has been completed. Students who participate in undergraduate research get to take part in creating knowledge!