Students from every major are invited to attend an information session Wednesday, October 24, to learn more about the University of Delaware’s Vertically Integrated Projects program, which links undergraduate students to the cutting-edge research of faculty mentors.
The session, which includes pizza, goes from 5 to 7 p.m. in the iSuite Collaboration Hub (132 Evans Hall).
The VIP program is designed to build long-lasting, multi-disciplinary teams of students to work on projects centered around the work of current faculty.
Faculty mentors will be on hand to discuss the work underway. The seven teams now in operation include: Cloud-Crypto, Grid-Integrated Vehicles, High-Performance Computing, Artgineering, Drones, Virtual Reality and ScooterV2.
Program application information is available online. For more information, send an email to VIP Program Director Andrew Novocin.