Innovation & Entrepreneurship Undergraduate Summer Scholars Research Program - 2014 Announcement
The Stevens, Office of Innovation & Entrepreneurship, (OIE) is now seeking participants for the 2014 Innovation & Entrepreneurship (I&E) Summer Scholars Research Program. In this program, undergraduate students engage in research, innovative design, and/or business projects for a period of ten weeks. The work must be conducted on campus under the active supervision of a Stevens faculty member or a member of the research/scientific staff. The program provides a stipend of $3,500 and housing assistance to students who live 25 miles away (selection rate is approximately 50%) in I&E projects during the summer months. Students will have the opportunity to continue to work on their projects during the following school year if warranted by the faculty advisor (funding is not guaranteed through the program). The process is as follows:
Review program guidelines for eligibility requirements and list of available topics/projects (areas of work) at the website. (We encourage students to identify a topic/project on which they prefer to work). See I&E Summer Scholarship Guidelines.
Consult a faculty advisor as to the scope and suitability of the topic/project you may wish to undertake while performing university research. The student should also provide the faculty member with a copy of their resume.
Once a suitable project and faculty advisor have been identified, candidates should prepare and review the proposal submission form with faculty advisors. Submissions will be online and student should upload a signed faculty contract, as well as a copy of their student ID. Student proposals can be submitted March 10 through April 11, 2013. The deadline for the receipt of student proposals is 5:00 PM, April 11, 2014.
Contact the I&E Summer Scholar coordinator listed below in your respective school/university research area, should you have any questions regarding topics/projects and proposal preparation.
- School of Engineering & Science
Prof. E H Yang - Engineering
Carnegie Laboratory, 2nd Floor
email@example.com : 201-216-5574
- Prof. Rainer Martini - Sciences
Burchard Building, Room 610
firstname.lastname@example.org : 201-216-5634
- School of Technology Management
Prof. Donald Lombardi
Babbio Center , Room 4402
email@example.com : 201-216-8133
- School of Systems & Enterprises
Babbio Center, Room 519
firstname.lastname@example.org : 201-216-8716
- College of Arts & Letters
email@example.com : 201-216-5394
- David T Peacock - I&E Summer Scholars Research
Program Director, EAS Building, Room 210
firstname.lastname@example.org : 201-216-5242