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EMU Research

External Resources

Michigan Space Grant Consortium

 

Space Grant Consortium is a national network of colleges and universities working together to expand opportunities for Americans to understand and participate in NASA's aeronautics and space projects by supporting and enhancing science and engineering education, research and public outreach efforts.  See the links below for specific programs.  For more information, contact EMU Mathematics Faculty Dr. Roxanne Katus.

 

MSGC Undergraduate and Graduate Fellowship Program

Fellowship awards for undergraduate and graduate students are $3,000 and $5,000, respectively.  Preference is given to students pursuing projects directly related to NASA strategic interests, including aerospace, space science, Earth system science. Students working in other related STEM fields, including educational research topics in STEM, are also eligible to apply.

Faculty Funding:  Educational Support.

GC Pre-College Education Program:  This award program is designed to promote projects that encourage and enrich the study of mathematics, science, or technology for K-12 students.

MSGC Public Outreach Program:  This award program is designed to support conferences, workshops, publications, lecture series, non-technical courses, science fairs, radio and television programs, and other enrichment events that serve industry, state and local governments, non-profit organizations, children, and adults with a focus on enhancing STEM literacy 

MSGC Teacher Training Program:  This award program is designed to promote innovative higher education of pre-service and in-service teacher training.

Faculty Funding:  Research Seed Grants

Seed grants are designed to support junior faculty members. Proposals from senior faculty members initiating a new area of research are also considered. 

 

 

 

 

Sigma Xi

Sigma Xi is the scientific research honors society. It provides many programs in support of science including Grants-in-Aid of Research program that funds undergraduate and graduate research.

 

Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR)

CUR is a national organization that supports undergraduate and research and creative activities across all disciplines. They offer several travel grants for undergraduates and host Posters on the Hill each spring. EMU is an institutional member.

National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR)

NCUR is a national conference that accepts abstracts from undergraduate students from any discipline. This four-day conference sponsored by CUR is held every spring.

 

 

Elevating Communities, Inspiring Generations

EMU Research, 200 Boone Phone: 734.487.3090 mail orda_dept@emich.edu