Research, Internships, Scholarships and More...
Undergraduate Research at SAC
Currently, the MESA Center is seeking
student groups, 3-4 members, interested in developing an undergraduate research
project in a STEM field. The selected groups will have
access to available departmental equipment and supplies and each member will
receive $1,100 at the completion of the project. Participants must have and must remain in
good academic standing throughout the research project in order to qualify for
the $1,100 and teams are required to present their research data and analysis
at the SAC MESA Conference toward the end of the semester. Interested parties should review the proposal guidelines and research contract and submit a proposal of
their intended research to Analisa Garza, MESA Center Coordinator by Friday May 10, 2013. Students interested in designing a project related to solar panels should review previous undergraduate research (see pdf attachments below) before creating creating their intended research project.
SURP Summary power point - Professor Bartels
Spring 2012 - Team 1 power point and report
Spring 2012 - Team 2 power point
Spring 2012 - Team 3 power point and report
Summer 2012 - Team 2 power point
UTSA TATE Program
The Transfer Academy for Tomorrow's Engineers Program is designed for undergraduate engineering students interested in transferring to UTSA. Through the program students will focus on research and technical writing skills, conduct climate related engineering research and complete a video project. Upon compleeting the summer program students will receive a $2000 stipend and networking opportunities. Students may also be eligible for an additional scholarship for the fall and spring semester.
TATE Eligibility Requirements
- Must be admissible and enroll full-time at UTSA Fall 2013
- Must major in Engineering
-Must have a 2.8 Cumulative GPA
-Must have successfully completed Physics I (2425)
-Mandatory attendance and completion of summer program
For more information on the program visit www.utsa.edu/P20 and look under instructional programs. To download the TATE Program Application click here.