RIGs provide research expenses of $3,000-$4,500 for undergraduate students working with a faculty sponsor. Only students applying to the College are eligible for these grants. Eligible sponsors are faculty members holding any type of appointment (including clinical, emeritus, adjunct, research associate, instructor, etc.) in any part of the University.

Compensation for research:
Students awarded a RIG who are appointed as Undergraduate Research Assistants are compensated at a to be determined hourly rate.

Internships/service learning:
Students awarded a RIG who are hired for an unpaid and non-credit bearing internship or service learning position are compensated at an hourly rate. All service learning positions must be certified by the Rochester Center for Community Leadership. Find out about the certification process .

Find current and upcoming funding opportunities for your research, as well as research partners, jobs and fellowships. Learn about research projects and results, joint research initiatives and EU action to promote innovation.

USF Research & Innovation promotes and supports the research and scholarship activities of faculty, staff and students, and strives to make USF a leading national research university. Learn about discovery at USF.

For USF researchers, the Division of Sponsored Research provides resources and information for grant and contract proposal development and project management, proposal submission, training, and assistance with identifying research collaborators.

The Technology Transfer Office (TTO) works with companies interested in licensing or starting a new business around USF patents and intellectual property, and with USF researchers and students to ready new inventions for the patenting process and potential licensing opportunities.

Canada has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to become a global research powerhouse. Thanks to  the report from the Fundamental Science Review panel , chaired by David Naylor, we now have a roadmap for how to do it.

Canadian universities strongly support the Naylor report recommendations and look forward to working with the government to advance federal support for Canada’s research ecosystem. In a global context of closing borders and closing minds, Canada must re-invest in discovery research, scale up its ability to attract top minds from around the world, and better support our future research and innovation leaders.

“Discovery research… is very important because it turns out that if you attempt to only do direct commercializable research, then you find that you run out of ideas fairly quickly.”

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RIGs provide research expenses of $3,000-$4,500 for undergraduate students working with a faculty sponsor. Only students applying to the College are eligible for these grants. Eligible sponsors are faculty members holding any type of appointment (including clinical, emeritus, adjunct, research associate, instructor, etc.) in any part of the University.

Compensation for research:
Students awarded a RIG who are appointed as Undergraduate Research Assistants are compensated at a to be determined hourly rate.

Internships/service learning:
Students awarded a RIG who are hired for an unpaid and non-credit bearing internship or service learning position are compensated at an hourly rate. All service learning positions must be certified by the Rochester Center for Community Leadership. Find out about the certification process .

Find current and upcoming funding opportunities for your research, as well as research partners, jobs and fellowships. Learn about research projects and results, joint research initiatives and EU action to promote innovation.

USF Research & Innovation promotes and supports the research and scholarship activities of faculty, staff and students, and strives to make USF a leading national research university. Learn about discovery at USF.

For USF researchers, the Division of Sponsored Research provides resources and information for grant and contract proposal development and project management, proposal submission, training, and assistance with identifying research collaborators.

The Technology Transfer Office (TTO) works with companies interested in licensing or starting a new business around USF patents and intellectual property, and with USF researchers and students to ready new inventions for the patenting process and potential licensing opportunities.

Canada has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to become a global research powerhouse. Thanks to  the report from the Fundamental Science Review panel , chaired by David Naylor, we now have a roadmap for how to do it.

Canadian universities strongly support the Naylor report recommendations and look forward to working with the government to advance federal support for Canada’s research ecosystem. In a global context of closing borders and closing minds, Canada must re-invest in discovery research, scale up its ability to attract top minds from around the world, and better support our future research and innovation leaders.

“Discovery research… is very important because it turns out that if you attempt to only do direct commercializable research, then you find that you run out of ideas fairly quickly.”

RIGs provide research expenses of $3,000-$4,500 for undergraduate students working with a faculty sponsor. Only students applying to the College are eligible for these grants. Eligible sponsors are faculty members holding any type of appointment (including clinical, emeritus, adjunct, research associate, instructor, etc.) in any part of the University.

Compensation for research:
Students awarded a RIG who are appointed as Undergraduate Research Assistants are compensated at a to be determined hourly rate.

Internships/service learning:
Students awarded a RIG who are hired for an unpaid and non-credit bearing internship or service learning position are compensated at an hourly rate. All service learning positions must be certified by the Rochester Center for Community Leadership. Find out about the certification process .

Find current and upcoming funding opportunities for your research, as well as research partners, jobs and fellowships. Learn about research projects and results, joint research initiatives and EU action to promote innovation.

USF Research & Innovation promotes and supports the research and scholarship activities of faculty, staff and students, and strives to make USF a leading national research university. Learn about discovery at USF.

For USF researchers, the Division of Sponsored Research provides resources and information for grant and contract proposal development and project management, proposal submission, training, and assistance with identifying research collaborators.

The Technology Transfer Office (TTO) works with companies interested in licensing or starting a new business around USF patents and intellectual property, and with USF researchers and students to ready new inventions for the patenting process and potential licensing opportunities.

RIGs provide research expenses of $3,000-$4,500 for undergraduate students working with a faculty sponsor. Only students applying to the College are eligible for these grants. Eligible sponsors are faculty members holding any type of appointment (including clinical, emeritus, adjunct, research associate, instructor, etc.) in any part of the University.

Compensation for research:
Students awarded a RIG who are appointed as Undergraduate Research Assistants are compensated at a to be determined hourly rate.

Internships/service learning:
Students awarded a RIG who are hired for an unpaid and non-credit bearing internship or service learning position are compensated at an hourly rate. All service learning positions must be certified by the Rochester Center for Community Leadership. Find out about the certification process .

Find current and upcoming funding opportunities for your research, as well as research partners, jobs and fellowships. Learn about research projects and results, joint research initiatives and EU action to promote innovation.

RIGs provide research expenses of $3,000-$4,500 for undergraduate students working with a faculty sponsor. Only students applying to the College are eligible for these grants. Eligible sponsors are faculty members holding any type of appointment (including clinical, emeritus, adjunct, research associate, instructor, etc.) in any part of the University.

Compensation for research:
Students awarded a RIG who are appointed as Undergraduate Research Assistants are compensated at a to be determined hourly rate.

Internships/service learning:
Students awarded a RIG who are hired for an unpaid and non-credit bearing internship or service learning position are compensated at an hourly rate. All service learning positions must be certified by the Rochester Center for Community Leadership. Find out about the certification process .

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