Call for Applications Undergraduate Research Assistantships
The College of Behavioral & Community Sciences (CBCS) invites applications for undergraduate research assistantships to be offered through a special program known as The Moms Project. Assistantships of $500 each will be awarded to undergraduate students who will be conducting research during the Spring and/or Summer semesters, 2017.
In order to be eligible for The Moms Project Assistantships, students must be:
- Completing an undergraduate major or minor in the College of Behavioral & Community Sciences;
Conducting research in one of the three priority areas of The Moms Project:
- Substance abuse
- Nutrition and well being
- Collaborating with a CBCS faculty member and/or doctoral student who will serve as a research mentor for the undergraduate student.
The application may be found at: http://intra.cbcs.usf.edu/Forms/MomsProject/MomApplication.cfm. The priority areas may be broadly interpreted and some examples are provided on the webpage to demonstrate the wide range of possibilities. Additional information about the Moms Project, including previous recipients, may be found at http://intra.cbcs.usf.edu/Forms/MomsProject/