Presentation on theme: "Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering"— Presentation transcript:
1Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering SURE 2015Summer Undergraduate Research in EngineeringGeneral Information SessionJanuary 14, 2015Presented by:Christin Blohm-Pape, Student AdvisorSamantha Kane, Student Advisor
2Agenda Overview of the SURE experience Student testimonials Application formProcessing, procedures and selectionQuestions
3SURE 2015The Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering Program is made possible by the Faculty’s generous donors in support of undergraduate student research.Approximately 125 students are accepted to this competitive 16-week program each summer.
4Summer Undergraduate Research in Engineering Projects/Abstracts
12Am I eligible to apply? Full-time students (including international) Year 1 (completed at least two semesters)CGPA of 3.0 or higherAvailable for 16-week period between May-AugustEligibility: see General Information and FAQ at
13How do I apply?Abstracts & Online Student Application are available at:Contact Professor ( / office hours) to discuss.After discussion with supervising professor, complete Online Application form, print and submit with Transcript of Record to your selected supervisor.
14Notes Maximum of 3 applications per student Deadline to apply: Friday, January 30, 2015(Deadline to submit copy of online application & transcript to professor)Awards announced after February 20, 2015.Only those selected will be contacted.
15Online Application Form Application available (under Resources) at:
17SURE Events Orientation – May 7th Engineering at Work Seminar – June 4thPoster Design Workshop - July 9thPoster Presentation Fair - August 13th
18International SURE 2015International SURE Travel Stipend, funded in part by a generous donation by the Antje Graupe Pryor Foundation (for research in Europe)McGill International Experience Award (for research outside of Canada)Limited number of stipends are available to students who are accepted to an international research project at another University.Students are expected to self-report once hired in order to qualify for the stipend.
19Graduate Studies at McGill SURE as experience to later pursue a research Masters, Ph.D.McGill Engineering Undergraduate Student Masters Award (MEUSMA)Valued at $17,500+ for two years of research Masters study at McGill in the Faculty of EngineeringTo qualify: CGPA 3.5+, participation in SURE or other qualifying undergraduate research experiencesQuestions:
20Questions?In Person: Engineering Student Centre, FDA 22