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The Endeavour Student Summer Research Program is coordinated by the Office of Research in conjunction with research teams within the College, and provides an opportunity for students to work with a researcher in a formal research environment.
Projects are available for between 6-10 weeks over the summer break (from mid-November to mid-February) and do not contribute credit towards degree requirements.
View the available 2016 Student Summer Research Projects
The Endeavour Student Summer Research Program is open to undergraduate students, who:
An Endeavour Summer Research Scholarship ($300 per week) is available to successful applicants to help cover living costs. Students who need to travel interstate to work on their chosen research project may also be eligible for a travel scholarship of $500.
Research Mentors can apply to have a Student Researcher allocated to their research project through the Office of Research. Applications must be submitted by 1 August 2016 for approval by the Research Management Committee prior to inclusion in the list of available projects.
The Office of Research encourages students who wish to further develop their academic writing by publishing their work in a peer-reviewed journal. Students can receive support from the Office of Research to develop a discussion article, case study or literature review based on their own idea or one of their course assignments. Students who are interested in writing an article are encouraged to meet with the Student Liaison Officer for Research Rebecca Reid to review their work and to develop the best way to write their article. Upon completion students will be given further guidance on how and where they can submit their article for publication from both Rebecca Reid and Associate Director, Research Dr Amie Steel.