Paid opportunity for summer work on city planning research for undergraduates

UC Berkeley undergraduates are invited to apply for the 2018 Student Mentoring & Research Teams (SMART) Program. Two projects are related to city planning!

The application deadline is Thursday, March 1, 2018, 11:59 p.m. (PST).

SMART is a summer program designed to encourage graduate student 
professional development and to foster undergraduate research through mentoring. Approximately 24 undergraduate mentees will be selected; each mentee will work with a graduate student research mentor in summer 2018 and receive a $3,500 stipend.  

Undergraduates can apply to any project they choose and need not be a major or minor in the department in which the project is listed.  As there are a number of interdisciplinary projects available for the 2018 SMART Program, we encourage interested undergraduates to read through all projects listed at http://smart.berkeley.edu/undergraduate/.


If you are interested in applying to the 2018 SMART Program, please visit our website at http://smart.berkeley.edu/. The undergraduate application, a description of the projects for the 2018 SMART Program, eligibility criteria for undergraduates, and other information about the program can be accessed at http://smart.berkeley.edu/undergraduate/.
Questions about the SMART Program should be directed to Sarah Macdonald, NSF-SMART Postdoctoral Fellow at smartmentoring@berkeley.edu.