For each S3 participant, the project begins with an innovative and thoroughly researched proposal. Below you will find resources for formulating and revising a proposal.
The Student Summer Scholars (S3) program provides an opportunity for a student and faculty mentor to devote about twelve weeks/400 hours to a research and/or creative project during the spring/summer semester.
The Modified Student Summer Scholars (MS3) program provides an opportunity for lower division or first year transfer students to participate in structured research.
Research Approval Process
You must consider research ethics when submitting your proposal. The research approval process gives information about conducting ethical and approved research.
The URC committee has identified a few, quality examples of application sections. All examples have been provided with permission by the authors.
We have provided a page of quick links and additional resources for prospective and current S3 participants.
Frequently Asked Questions
Find answers to common questions about the S3 program, the application process, commitments, and more.