Student RESEARCH Opportunities
Institutional Effectiveness (IE) receives grant funding from the SPC Foundation to offer students Paid 8-week Undergraduate Research Experiences (UREs) facilitated by faculty mentors in the student’s STEM/non-STEM field of interest. The goal of a URE is to encourage students to learn about literature review, the scientific method, programming, technical report writing, data collection, results analyses, and developing conclusions, as well as acquiring hands-on skills in a science lab, and using advanced technologies.
Contact: Maggie Tymms email@example.com
Students enrolled in the Tampa Bay Bridge to the Baccalaureate program are eligible for Paid 8-week Undergraduate Research Experiences (UREs) facilitated by faculty mentors in the student’s Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) field.
Contact: Jaylene Boccio Boccio.Jaylene@spcollege.edu
Model United Nations students conduct research in preparation for the annual conference, where they compete against university students, and often win prestigious awards.
Contact: Douglas Rivero Rivero.Douglas@spcollege.edu
STEM research projects completed by TB-B2B students with assistance from their faculty mentors are available in annual reports.
STEM and non-STEM research projects completed by first-generation students with assistance from their faculty mentors are available in annual reports.
IE is responsible for ensuring the quality and value of academic programs, student support services, and administrative units, collaborating with the provost, deans, faculty, and administrators to identify and conduct assessments in various areas.
Various opportunities to complete a research project are available to SPC students. Additionally, student researchers are invited to present their research projects at SPC’s Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium each fall semester.