Project types and topics will vary across disciplines, and may include either independent projects developed by the student and supervised by the faculty mentor or students working with the faculty mentor on a specific part of the mentor’s own research agenda.
To participate in the URP in the upcoming academic year, please submit your proposal by March 15, 2019.
For detailed proposal guidelines, please download the appropriate "Invitation for Proposals" document:
CRRES provides structure and guidelines for the mentors and student researchers. Mentors and students are asked to prepare a research plan at the beginning of the mentorship relationship and to meet weekly throughout the Program. Mentors provide monthly updates to CRRES on the students’ progress, and student researchers meet with the CRRES Graduate Research Assistant for monthly meetings.