CUNY Research Scholars Program (CRSP): 2019 - 2020 Application - Part 1

This is Part 1 of the CRSP 2019-2020 application. Once you complete Part 1 of the application, you also need to submit completed Part 2 forms (can be obtained from here).

About the Program: The CUNY Research Scholars Program is a year-long program which provides full-time students enrolled in associate degree programs with funded opportunities for laboratory research with a faculty mentor.  In addition to participation in research, the program includes mandatory workshops on lab safety, responsible conduct in research, and other research-related skills. Students must also complete training through Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI), if not done already, and submit their CITI certification within the first six weeks of the program; submit an abstract, prepare a poster and participate in the poster sessions towards the end of the fall and spring semester; and participate in the CUNY-wide summer symposium at the conclusion of the program. 
 
Participating students commit to one full academic year plus the summer program, ~400 hours of research/independent study. The following is the program requirements for the number of hours:

Fall semester: 60 hours or ~ 6 hours per week  - $1000

Winter/spring semester: 60 hours or ~ 6 hours per week  - $1000

Summer: 280 hours at  35 hours per week for 8 weeks - $3000
 
Eligibility: Full-time associate degree students at any stage in their academic career can participate.  It is understood that some students will transfer to baccalaureate programs - this may result in students no longer being eligible to participate in the program.

In order to maintain eligibility students must be full-time, and engage in laboratory experiences in the Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM) disciplines. This includes computer laboratory experiences.  At this time nursing is not considered a STEM discipline.  

 

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* 1. Contact Information:

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* 2. Are you a US Citizen or Permanent Resident? (necessary to receive a stipend)

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* 3. Program/Major

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* 4. Associate or bachelor's program?

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* 5. Full-time (12 or more credits) or Part-time in fall 2016?

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* 6. Educational level?

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* 7. Research Experience

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* 8. Are you currently or have ever been employed by New York City College of Technology?

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* 9. How did you first learn about the CRSP Program?

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* 10. Please fill in the faculty member's first name, last name, department, the project title and the project description below:

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