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The CUNY Research Scholars Program (CRSP) aims to increase the participation of CUNY community college students in faculty-mentored research in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math. CRSP participants must be full-time Kingsborough students. CRSP is a rigorous program where students will receive stipends totaling up to $4,000, contingent on funding, and course credits on their transcripts through enrollment in research courses CRSP over the course of one academic year, including summer. Students are required to give oral presentations, poster presentations, attend career development seminars and produce a publication-quality research poster or PowerPoint presentation. The program culminates in a CUNY wide presentation at the CRSP Symposium in August. Read more here (including info about the eligibility requirements).

Program Benefits

  • Stipend for student researchers
  • Faculty mentored research
  • Opportunity to present research projects
  • Career development seminars
  • Producing a publication-quality research poster

I have been a mentor in the CUNY Research Scholars Program since early 2018. To date, I have mentored Vali Valizade, Beckie Dugaillard, Sholom Gutleizer, Rawan Hanini, Mariana Vasilita, Natalie Mosseri, Jaweria Bakar, Nastasia Gorea, Anastasiia Myslyk, Julia Wallace, Hanan Yafai, Celeste McKenzie, and Kate S.

Click here for the 2020 CRSP Symposium and poster winners. Congratulations to Rawan and Natalie for being among them.

To see some of my student’s projects (as virtual posters, in some cases accompanied by video walk-throughs), check out the student poster session page of the CUNY-wide Language, Society & Culture conference.