The Creative Inquiry program offers competitive grants for CI undergraduate student travel. Funds may be used for students to travel to present the results of a Creative Inquiry project at a state, regional or national professional conference or other venue and for a faculty member or other team leader to accompany them. Preference is given to travel that is completed before June 30, 2013. Limited funding may be available for travel after July 1, 2013.
CI mentors are invited to apply for funds to support salaries in early summer (May-June) for undergraduate students to continue CI project work. Eligibility is restricted to undergraduate students who: will not graduate earlier than August 2014; are either enrolled in a Fall 2013 - Spring 2014 CI project OR are preregistered for a Fall 2014 - Spring 2015 CI project.
CI team leaders are invited to nominate current CI undergraduate students to become CI Adobe Scholars.
During the summer of 2014, this select, small group of CI students will:
CI Adobe Scholars will participate in Adobe training workshops, 3 mornings/week, from May 15 to June 30, 2014, and must complete assignments outside of the meeting times.
Each CI Adobe Scholar will receive a stipend of $1000 for a time commitment of approximately 16 hours per week (9 in workshops, 7 to complete projects). Students may combine this work with a CI Summer Stipend (up to a maximum workweek of 28 hours) with the approval of their CI team leaders.
Continually updated list of undergraduate research opportunities available to Clemson students.
This fellowship program supports undergraduate student-driven research projects at the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) campuses. Fellows are sponsored by the Clemson University Office of Undergraduate Studies and the Atlantic Coast Conference Inter-institutional Academic Collaborative (ACCIAC). Each Fellow receives an award of up to $4,000 to conduct innovative research. The project must be substantially the idea of the student, though it may derive from previous work with a mentor. Examples of project outcomes might include publication, artistic work, presentation or a proof-of-concept proposal. Fellows receive additional funding to present their project results at the 2014 ACC Undergraduate Research Conference. Application forms for this fellowship are available in early February each year. The Fellowship research period is March through August.
Atlantic Coast Conference Inter-institutional Academic Collaborative (ACCIAC) Summer Research Scholars program will support one (non-Clemson) undergraduate student from another ACC institution for summer research at Clemson. Each Scholar will receive $5,000 to cover summer living expenses and a stipend.
Each summer each ACC school will receive $5000 to support an undergraduate student researcher from another ACC university. Ideally, the visiting student-researcher will become part of a group that includes other visiting researchers (e.g. REU participants).
Do you have a new business concept? Do you dream of starting your own business? If so, see the Spiro Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership website for information about a competition for new business concepts.
The Arthur M. Spiro Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership recognizes the need to provide experiences beyond the classroom for young entrepreneurs. MAD Entrepreneurial Challenge is designed to assist entrepreneurs: those who are motivated by a desire to help, improve and transform social, environmental, educational and economic conditions. The completion requires that a team produce a three-minute video showing the difference that they have made in the community.
Are you planning a research showcase for your class, program, or department? We have available 95 foam poster backboards (3 ft X 4 ft) and portable easels for rental. This free service is available for poster presentations by CU undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty.
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