The mission of the Summer Scholars Program is to provide a 10-week research-intensive experience for rising sophomores and juniors with a faculty mentor and professional development opportunities, which will be primarily targeted to first-generation, under-represented, and minority students. The SSP aims to support student retention effort.
Call for research projects (SP2023)
Review and selection process (February 2023)
Mentor training (April/May 2023)
Approval of final report & reflection
Support student(s) at UGR conference
The Summer Scholars Program will be a 10-week program with an eight-week residence requirement and two weeks for remote work. During the program, students will be required to meet weekly for an hour-long professional development seminar, enroll in one course of a least 3 credit hours, and conduct 25 hours of research per week. Students are required to present their findings at the spring undergraduate research conference hosted by the Experiential Learning Office.