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BENNETT Undergraduate EE Research Fellowship Summer 2019

Who:
Electrical Engineering students entering their sophomore, junior, or senior year are eligible.

What:
Jack R. and Betty M. Bennett Undergraduate Research Fellowship

How Much:
Between $2,000-$4,000 per award

How to apply:
Work with an EE Faculty member and write a brief proposal (1-3 pages) describing a research project you would like to undertake.  The proposal should include a problem statement, description of the approach to solve the problem, resources required, timeline,  anticipated results, significance of the project, matching/support funds (helpful but optional), and overall budget. Bennett funds are to  be used for student stipend support and $150 is set aside for publication costs. Timeframe of the project is during the summer, but could continue into the upcoming fall/spring academic year, if needed. Students should submit their proposal, with your research  faculty advisor’s signature to the Dr. Steven Hietpas, on or before 5 p.m., April 18th. Award(ees) will be announced by April 22nd.