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Proposals are needed for CURS Summer Scholars program.

Applications open for CURS Summer Scholars program

Augusta University’s Center for Undergraduate Research and Scholarship is accepting student applications for their Summer Scholars program.

There are two options for program length. The first option is Monday, May 18 through Friday, July 17. Some students may be selected for a shortened five-week program. All selected students will be paid for up to 20 hours per week. Housing will not be provided.

The goals of the program are:

  • To provide intentional mentoring and professional development through collaborative research and creative scholarship
  • To increase opportunities for underrepresented students to become actively engaged in research and creative scholarship
  • To provide undergraduates with intensive experiential learning through engagement in research and creative scholarship
  • To support high impact scholarly activity that yields significant student development and academic achievements while furthering the research productivity of Augusta University

Attendance will be required at professional development workshops with lunch provided. The program is open to all disciplines and majors.

Applications for students are open until Friday, Feb. 28.

Learn more about CURS.

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