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Call for Proposals: Undergraduate Robotics Projects
The Dynamic Robotics Laboratory at Oregon State University seeks proposals from undergraduate students for robotics-related projects.
Awards can be made from $100-$5000, depending on the quality and quantity of proposals received. Proposals will be judged on technical merit as well as broader impact, mirroring the goals of the National Science Foundation.
Examples of technical merit include a carefully-considered preliminary robot design, or a specific competition goal and a competent team of robot builders. Examples of broader impact include educational outreach, such as organization of a local robotics competition or a mentoring plan for high school robotics teams. Proposals can focus on either criteria, and need not include both.
All OSU students are eligible. This call is specifically aimed at independent research projects, initiated by students and not
affiliated with faculty research. Students should be existing
members of the Robotics Club, or plan to join the Robotics Club to more effectively accomplish the goals of the proposal.
Submit proposals via Email to Dr. Jonathan Hurst, firstname.lastname@example.org. No specific format is required, although a 3-page PDF document with figures should be sufficient.
CONNEX- Undergraduate research is a rewarding experience which complements classroom learning and prepares students for higher degrees and future career opportunities particularly in the field of biology. CONNEX promotes research to enhance undergraduate education by assisting students in finding research opportunities at OSU.
Directed Study- International Degree and Education Abroad provides students with the chance to travel internationally to pursue individualized directed study. This can take the form of specific individualized study overseas or, more often, a research project.
Eco-Informatics Summer Institute- Gives undergraduates the opportunity to work with faculty mentors on research projects that advance knowledge and understanding of old-growth forests, streams, and other native ecosystems.
LIFE Scholars Summer Research Program- The LIFE Scholars Program is intended to enable undergraduate students to initiate a scholarly project in the field of aging with Center faculty.
The Ernest and Pauline Jaworski Fund for Summer Research Experiences for Underserved Undergraduates in Plant Science - Ernest and Pauline Jaworski have established the Ernest and Pauline Jaworski Fund for Summer Research Experiences for Underserved Undergraduates in Plant Science through the Oregon State University Foundation. The fund is established in recognition of their strong interest in plant biology and their interest in providing opportunities to encourage students to pursue careers in the plant sciences.
OSU Math REU- This is a funded program for motivated students interested in mathematics. Participants receive a stipend, participate in seminars, earn class credit, and conduct significant research over the course of a summer.
SBI- The Subsurface Biosphere Initiative (SBI) supports a summer undergraduate internship program. Its goal is to provide undergraduates with rewarding research experiences at Oregon State University that will stimulate their interest in the subsurface biosphere and encourage them to pursue graduate studies. The program focuses on, but is not limited to, under-represented minority and women students.
Oregon Sea Grant- Oregon Sea Grant regularly offers graduate and undergraduate fellowships and occasional internships, as funding is available. We also accept and screen applicants for a number of fellowships offered through the National Sea Grant office.
URAP- The purpose of this program is to provide the opportunity and support for full time undergraduate students to actively take part in faculty research projects within the College of Health & Human Sciences. "Research" in this case is broadly defined to reflect all forms of scholarship. Research ranges from 'bench' science to more applied social science.
URISC - URISC is a Research Office program that supports OSU undergraduate research activities. The URISC Fund is intended to enable undergraduate students to initiate a scholarly relationship with faculty early in their academic careers. Faculty mentors are expected to assume financial responsibility for student research activities if they continue beyond the initial URISC sponsorship.
URSA-ENGAGE - URSA-ENGAGE is a program for students in all majors who are freshmen or sophomores or who are transfer students in their first year at OSU. This program pays for students in all majors to do work with an OSU professor and get paid for it. The current program is open for applications HERE through February 11, 2013.
OSU Libraries Undergraduate Student Research Awards- This award recognizes and rewards OSU undergraduate students who, through the comprehensive use of the OSU Libraries, demonstrate outstanding research, scholarship, and originality in writing a paper or completing a project. Students must write their research papers or complete their research projects as part of their coursework at OSU. The intent of this award is to foster outstanding information literacy skills through the extensive and sophisticated use of the library services, resources and collections.