CI2LAB

CI2 Application for Research

The CI2 Lab is accepting applications for new Research and Project Development. Please fill out and submit the webform. Your application will be reviewed and if selected you will be contacted and asked in for an interview.

Name
Please provide first and last name
Please indicate Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior
Please indicate your Major if declared
Please post your cumulative GPA, you must maintain a 2.5 or higher
Please type "team member," if you want to join in on an existing research project at the CI2 Lab or "principle" if you are bringing a new project to the lab.
If you already have an idea for research or a project please give a short descriptive title
All CI2 Projects need Faculty Advisers, if you are coming with a project in mind and already have a Faculty Adviser please indicate who it is. Leave this blank if you do not but you will eventually need one.
In 250 words or less please briefly describe your project or research interest. Please indicate if you think your efforts might result in a creative / artistic expression or as a commercial product or venture.
Please fill out this section if you already have other students interested in working with you on your project, include their first and last name and Academic Major.
Briefly list your skills and abilities, such as artist, graphic design, computer programmer, C++, MYSQL, musician, UI, UX design or any such capabilities you have that can be useful when collaborating with others.
In 250 words or less describe areas of interest that you think would be useful in a collaborative and creative environment.
Please provide a phone number where you can be reached

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