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Undergraduate Student Summer Research Fellowship deadline coming Friday
There’s Queen’s Civil Engineering professor, Beaty Water Research Centre Director, and Canada Research Chair in Bioresources, Pascale Champagne backed-up by a phalanx of clever undergraduate researchers.
Undergraduate researchers like these, many of whom we’ve profiled individually over the past few months, make a valuable contribution to human understanding. The experience they gain also positions them very well for graduate studies or for post-graduate job hunting. Perhaps most notably, those who hold undergraduate research positions seem to agree that the work helps them to focus their aspirations. It’s a great way for you to help decide what future academic and career paths might fit best for you.
A great way to secure an undergrad research position is to apply for and earn an Undergraduate Student Summer Research Fellowship (USSRF). It’s late for this year, but not too late. The application deadline is coming on Friday. And it’s never too early in your undergraduate career to get started exploring options and setting goals. Find all the details here.
You don’t have to take my word for it. Just ask . . .