As part of its effort to encourage undergraduate participation in research, the College of Science and Technology is pleased to announce the Undergraduate Research Program. For more information visit the CST Undergraduate Research Program site.
Applications for the Summer 2013 and Fall 2013 URP program are now being accepted till April 7th at 10:00pm.
The Summer 2013 URP Application Process is now closed - Students who will be accepted will be notified by 4/10
The Fall 2013 URP Application Process is now closed - Student who will be accepted will be notified by 4/16
The URP speed match provides students the opportunity to talk to the URP Faculty members about the projects that are available in their Labs. Students must apply and be accepted for either the Summer 2013 research or Fall 2013 URP research program to attend. In the past we have had over 35 faculty members participate and over 100 students.
Applications for the Spring 2013 URP program are being accepted from November 2nd to November 11th at 10pm. The application can be completed on-line at URP Spring 2013 Application.
(Manditory for all Fall 2012 URP students unless you have a class or lab conflict). The purpose of this meeting is to discuss the upcoming requirements for the Fall Semester which will include:
Students who have participated in the URP program for any of the following semesters are encouraged to participate: Summer 2011, Fall 2011, Spring 2012 or Summer 2012 There will be both a poster presentation session or a verbal presentation session. Awards for best poster and presentation will be presented Additional information to follow.
Summer Research Opportunities - This document contains a list of REU, NSF and other programs which have been provided to Temple for our students to apply.
National Science Foundation - This web site lists all of the Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) by discipline and State.
National Institutes of Health - Summer Programs
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) - Summer research in life sciences
KECK - Geology Consortium - Summer Programs
The Temple University Research Administration in collaboration with the Office of the Provost and the Deans of Temple University’s Schools and Colleges is pleased to provide a funding opportunity to encourage and support undergraduate and professional students engaged in scholarly, creative, and research projects that contribute to advancing their field of study. Two types of grants are made through the CARAS program: Research/Creative Project Grants provide undergraduate and professional students up to $3,000 in support of scholarly, research or creative arts projects undertaken with the supervision of a faculty mentor. Travel Grants provide up to $1000 for undergraduate travel to present research or creative work or travel to conduct on-site research. Application deadline for summer/fall projects: March 15; for winter/spring projects: October 15. More Information.
The Diamond Research Scholars Program offers a seven-month long funded research experience under the direction of a faculty mentor. Participants receive a summer stipend of $2,750 and tuition remission for one hour of research or independent study in the fall for their research or creative arts project. Scholars are expected to participate in the annual undergraduate research conference, TURF-CreWS. Application deadline: February 15. More Information.
The Temple Undergraduate Research Forum - Creative Works Symposium, held annually in the Spring, provides undergraduates the opportunity to present their research to the university community. More Information.
The Temple AMP International Research Scholarship provides AMP eligible undergraduate students a stipend of $5000 in support of international STEM research projects undertaken with the supervision of a faculty mentor during the summer. The program is a collaborative effort among theLouis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation (LSAMP),the Office of the Provost and the Deans of the Schools and Colleges.It seeks to encourage and support undergraduate AMP students engaged in international STEM research projects that contribute to advancing studies in their fields. To be eligible, students must be underrepresented STEM majors, US citizens or permanent residents, enrolled full-time at the time of application and at Temple Main Campus for the fall semester following the research experience and propose to conduct STEM research in an international location for a minimum of four (4) weeks. The scholarships are competitive and limited to three (3) awards. Application deadline: March 1. More Information