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203 Moore College, Athens, GA 30602 Phone (706) 542-5871 Fax (706) 583-0119 curo@uga.edu CALL FOR PROPOSALS
 

Summary: 203 Moore College, Athens, GA 30602 Phone (706) 542-5871 Fax (706) 583-0119 curo@uga.edu
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
2011 Summer Research Fellowships
The Honors Program is pleased to announce the Call for Proposals for the 2011 Summer Research Fellowships. CURO awards $3000
stipends to academically talented University of Georgia undergraduates with a 3.4 minimum GPA who participate in an intensive,
immersive research experience during the summer thru term under the guidance of a UGA faculty research mentor. Membership in the
Honors Program is not required. CURO is a university-wide initiative and invites proposals from all departments, schools, and
colleges.
In order to apply, students must submit the following to the CURO office no later than Friday, February 4, 2011:
1. An official transcript.
2. A cover letter explaining the value of the summer research fellowship to their academic and/or career aspirations or
explorations.
3. A research proposal of a maximum of 650 words, not counting references.*
4. One letter of support from the supervising faculty research mentor under separate cover, addressed to Dr. Pamela Kleiber,
Associate Director, Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities, 203 Moore College, CAMPUS.
In order to receive a CURO Summer Research Fellowship, students must have a cumulative UGA grade point average of 3.4 or higher
at the time of application, thirty UGA credit hours or six hours of undergraduate research by the beginning of the summer thru term,
and be willing to commit to the following:**
1. Enroll in any two sequential Honors undergraduate research courses totaling six hours of academic credit during the summer
thru term: HONS 4960H, HONS 4970H, HONS 4980H, HONS 4990H. Students are expected to invest approximately 320

  

Source: Arnold, Jonathan - Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center & Department of Genetics, University of Georgia

 

Collections: Biotechnology