What lies ahead?
Perspectives on the year to come from Boston College faculty members.
Faculty Search Forms and Procedures (Office for Institutional Diversity)
Academic Integrity (Office of Student Services)
Agora Portal - A central place where a wide variety of information or services from multiple sources are accessible.
Eagle-One card (BC ID) - A multipurpose identification and debit account card which serves as the official ID card of Boston College.
New Hire Parking - A temporary pass (valid for one week to allow you to obtain your regular permit) is available for newly hired employees to park for free in designated areas.
Parking Permits and Regulations - BC employees who drive vehicles to the University are required to register their vehicles with the Office of Student Services and affix a valid parking permit to their vehicle.
Personal Identification Number (PIN) - Your PIN is primarily used to access voice services such as voicemail.
Syllabus / Contract for Individually Arranged and Non-scheduled Courses
Independent Study, Reading and Research, Undergraduate Research, Thesis
Boston College established the Undergraduate Research Fellowship Program for the purpose of enhancing the academic experience of undergraduates by cultivating their research skills and fostering mentor relationships between undergraduates and faculty. The Program provides funds to faculty to pay for a student’s research assistance with a faculty member’s research project. Students ordinarily do not receive academic credit for work done under an Undergraduate Research Fellowship.
Requests for funding must come from the faculty member whose research project the student will assist.
Faculty interested in guiding an Undergraduate Research Fellow are urged to discuss their project and prospective student assistants with the department sponsor and/or undergraduate program director. Applications are reviewed and funded three times a year--fall, spring, and summer terms.
Undergraduate research fellowships are intended to provide support for the research activities of full-time faculty. The work performed by the student should be viewed as part of the student's long-term academic development. Full-time BC undergraduates from any school or department may be included in the faculty proposal and project. The expectation is that students will work directly with faculty and not independently nor remotely without close supervision. Note, students who are receiving academic credit for a project are not normally eligible to also receive a research fellowship for that project.
Faculty are expected to provide appropriate instruction and supervision for the research assistants. These positions are not to serve as substitute support for students who would ordinarily be supported by grants.
Through this program our students can work closely with faculty, develop their research skills, and enhance their undergraduate experience. Although this program does assist faculty, its primary purpose is to engage talented students in meaningful research activity.
Faculty seeking funding for an Undergraduate Research Fellow should complete the Google form through the link below.
Funding Request Form
BC login required.
We will begin accepting requests for the summer in March. Requests received by the second Friday in April will be reviewed as a group and faculty can expect to be notified of funding decisions before the end of the month.
We will begin accepting requests for the academic year in July. Requests received before the second Friday in August will be reviewed in bulk and faculty can expect to be notified of funding decisions before the end of the month.
Requests received after the cut-off for the bulk reviews will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
If you have any questions please contact Gene McMahon, Associate Dean Finance and Administration, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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