S-SROP is a new summer program designed by STIET and five partner organizations. S-SROP will serve double (synergistic) duty: team research projects for undergraduates and masters students, and a training practicum for our IGERT-funded PhD students. S-SROP offers summer stipends and housing for undergraduates who receive--in the context of fun and exiting team projects--research training, mentoring and encouragement to pursue graduate studies, together with a program of workshops to help them prepare for graduate school applications and studies.
Interested undergraduate can apply to any of these funding partners and request one of the STIET projects (see list of projects here)
New! SI Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU): Incentive-Centered Design for Cyberinfrastructure
A research experience in information technology unified by the incentive-centered design approach. Highest priority during recruitment and selection will be given to applicants that are underrepresented in science or engineering, and from schools with limited research opportunities, such as area community colleges.
Michigan-Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (MI-LSAMP)
The overall goal of the MI-LSAMP is to significantly increase the number of under-represented minority students earning baccalaureate degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields from the participating universities and prepare them for entry into graduate programs.
Michigan AGEP Alliance
The Michigan AGEP Alliance is dedicated to combining resources for graduate education into an effective collaboration that will produce the next generation of innovators and leaders in research and teaching not only in the STEM and SBE disciplines but in our nation and in the world.
UM Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP)
UROP sponsors several Summer Fellowship Programs primarily for University of Michigan students seeking an intense research experience in traditional laboratory settings and in the community.
Women in Science and Engineering Marian Sarah Parker Scholars Program
The Marian Sarah Parker Scholars Program encourages high-achieving women in their junior year to consider pursuing graduate degrees.