Durcan Scholar Program
Through the Durcan Scholar Program, you will gain undergraduate knowledge of your discipline and develop research skills by working on faculty-mentored projects for the entire year.
Undergraduate Assistantship Details
Award Amount: $7,500+
- summer stipend of $5,000
- supplemented by $2500 minimum from a faculty mentor
- covers stipend, conference, travel or other project-related expenses
Awards available per year: 4
Duration: 12 months
Undergraduate students receiving this award must:
- Participate in summer research experience and engagement throughout the award period. Recipients will either register for undergraduate research credits or be employed by the faculty mentor during the academic year.
- A written report consistent with the standards of the discipline of the recipient must be submitted at the end of the program. Project results must also be disseminated through an oral or poster presentation either at the annual Undergraduate Research Symposium hosted by Office of Undergraduate Research or a similar public forum.
For questions about the Durcan Scholar Program, email College of Engineering at firstname.lastname@example.org.