SPIN Fellowships Application, 2013-2014

SPIN Fellowships Application, 2013-2014

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NCSA is now accepting applications for the 2013-2014 SPIN Fellowships from University of Illinois undergraduate students. Please submit your application by 5 p.m. Central on Sept. 6. Selected fellows will be notified the week of September 16, with fellowships beginning on Sept. 26.

1. I am proposing:

1. I am proposing:

 

 

answer must be phone number with area code like 217-333-1000

 

 

 

 

8. Have you ever been employed by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign?

8. Have you ever been employed by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign?

We understand that you will continue to refine your ideas during your fellowship, but please describe your preliminary project idea in no more than 500 words, including how this work might be of benefit.

We understand that you will continue to refine your ideas during your fellowship, but please describe your preliminary project idea in no more than 500 words, including how this work might be of benefit.

limited to 500 words.

Provide a rough plan of the milestones/goals you wish to achieve and the resources/assistance you will need to execute your idea or explore a topic.

Provide a rough plan of the milestones/goals you wish to achieve and the resources/assistance you will need to execute your idea or explore a topic.

limited to 500 words.

Describe the skills and experiences that will enable you to pursue the proposed project, or assist with the mentorÃÂâÃÂâ¬ÃÂâ¢s current activities if you are not proposing your own project.

Describe the skills and experiences that will enable you to pursue the proposed project, or assist with the mentorÃÂâÃÂâ¬ÃÂâ¢s current activities if you are not proposing your own project.

limited to 500 words.

13. How did you hear about NCSA's SPIN program?

13. How did you hear about NCSA's SPIN program?