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Undergraduate Research Assistantship Program Faculty Application Form

Complete this form and attach your project proposal document to submit an application to the Undergraduate Research Assistantship Program (URAP).

Faculty applicant information

Provide your name, ID number, and e-mail address.

 

 

Select your rank and check the box below if you are tenured.

 

Select your home unit.

Project information

Provide the title of your project.

 

Indicate the IRB status of your project.  Provide the IRB number in the field below if the project has been approved.

Requested student information

Enter the name and ID number of the student you are requesting to work with.

Term(s) applied for

Check off the term(s) for which you are requesting support:


Current research assistants

Check this box if you currently have research assistants working with you.

 

If you have current research assistants, how many are graduate students?

 

If you have current research assistants, how many are undergraduate students?

 

If you have current research assistants, how many hours combined do they work for you?

Previous award information

If you previously received URAP support, check this box:

 

If you previously received URAP support and completed your assessment forms, check this box:

 

If you previously received URAP support, list up to two of your most recent students and the terms during which they were supported below.

First student

Student name

 

Term

 

Year

Second student

Student name

 

Term

 

Year

Application attachments

Upload your project description (maximum 1000 words) as a PDF document. The project description should address the following three issues:

  • Provide a brief overview of the study, the questions you seek to answer, and the research methodology used to address these questions.
  • The primary tasks the student will be engaged in and the learning goals that are associated with these tasks. In addition, please note how the student’s work is essential to the overall project.
  • The student’s ability to do the work, any weaknesses in the student’s record (e.g., poor performance in key courses, challenges with time management), and how those challenges will be overcome.