Undergraduate summer research proposals are due to the Office of Undergraduate Research Friday, Feb. 26.
In its ninth year, the Office of Undergraduate Research recently has expanded its investigative opportunities to better serve the diverse interests of the undergraduate student population.
Summer research opportunities include:
• First-Year Summer Research Program — designed to support first-year undergraduate students planning to partake in faculty members’ research activities during the summer.
• Undergraduate Summer Research and Creative Activity Program — open to all undergraduate students of all majors who intend to partake in research activities of UT faculty.
• Toledo Internship Program — allows students to apply what they’ve learned in class through hands-on experience in law, politics, finance, public relations, neighborhood development, transportation and other public affairs areas. Participants will work in the Toledo mayor’s office and in another city office for the duration of their internships.
• Research Travel Grant Program — supports UT students involved in research outside the Toledo area, while studying abroad, or away to assist in research at other locations. Additionally, the program provides travel assistance for students who wish to present their research at professional conferences, and funding for students to publish their work in professional journals.