About the REMS fellowship
Are you interested in applying to a doctoral program or would you like to find out more about what Ph.D. programs entail? Interested in a research career investigating such topics as the impact of libraries and archives, instructional technology, user experience, privacy and security, and health informatics?
The University of Michigan School of Information is hosting a 12-week intensive summer Research Experience for Master’s Students (REMS) from other iSchool master’s programs, schools of library and information science, or related programs, May 25–August 14, 2020, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Please note that this program is only available to US Citizens and Permanent Residents.)
Develop your research skills with world-renowned faculty and in leading institutions on the U-M campus. The students selected for the 2020 summer program will engage in a variety of research projects and receive close mentorship as they investigate key issues in information science with UMSI faculty or practitioners. The REMS program supplements the experience in the research project with a broad range of educational and social activities that create a community of scholars among participating students. Students completing the program will be eligible to apply for funding to attend a conference to present their research project.
2020 research projects
Visit MCompass to learn about the 2020 Research projects.
- Participation in an original research project with leading U-M faculty, libraries and archives on campus
- Develop research skills through one-on-one mentoring and instruction on research
- In-depth orientation on research in the information sciences and the responsible conduct in research and scholarship and weekly educational seminars
- Potential for funding to attend a conference to present findings
- $10,000 stipend
Current UMSI MSI students: Note that REMS qualifies for UMSI Internship Program credit.
Application deadline: Monday, February 17, 2020
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This project was previously funded by a grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services RE-01-15-0086-15.