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GRC Interest List

Please fill out the following form if you are interested in applying for the GRC program and would like some assistance finding either a graduate student or a faculty member to partner with.  Staff with the Center for Undergraduate Research will follow up with you to help facilitate a connection. 

Note: this form is NOT an application to participate in the GRC program.  This form will simply help staff at the Center connect you with a partner so you can then develop a full GRC application with that partner.  Please also note that we typically have more graduate students on our interest list than faculty.

Your Information


 

Potential GRC Information


Fill out the following information if you are interested in being a Graduate Research Consultant.

Describe any ideas you have about how you might work with a class as a GRC. If there are any particular departments or classes that you are interested in partnering with, include specific details.
We will leave you on our GRC interest list until this date; knowing this information (when you are graduating, etc.) will help us keep an updated list.

 

Instructor Information


Fill out the following information if you are interested in having a Graduate Research Consultant work with an undergraduate class that you teach.

We will leave you on our GRC interest list until this date; leave this blank if you would like to be left on the list until you notify us.

 

Additional Information



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