Google exploreCSR is committed to supporting underrepresented students build confidence, community, skills, and motivation to pursue computing research in academic and professional settings. Students are encouraged to keep in touch with our mentors after the workshop. Below is a list of resources with regards to undergraduate research opportunities, funding, and diversity-focused assistance.
Scientific societies and groups:
Scientific societies are organizations that allow scientists at any stage of their career to network, share scientific findings, and provide professional development events. They can also be valuable resources for students to learn about job opportunities and funding options for graduate study. Below are a few examples of groups with focused interests that are related to this workshop’s topics and mission.
Research Funding for Undergraduates
UB’s Office of Fellowships and Scholarships is an excellent resource for UB and non-UB students alike to learn about research and/or funding opportunities at the undergraduate level. Below are lists of these opportunities available to students.
Students who are specifically interested in auditory-related research and job opportunities may want to subscribe to the AUDITORY mailing list. Subscribers to the mailing list will get weekly emails relating to open doctoral positions, research inquiries and participant recruitment, internship positions, and calls for faculty hires all related to the fields of general auditory perception, communications and hearing sciences, music cognition, animal acoustics, and audio engineering.