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VIP at ASU capitalizes on the interests of undergraduates to engage in ongoing scientific research. Beginning as freshmen or sophomores, teams collaborate with upperclassmen and graduate students to address real problems guided by faculty scientists. Students earn academic or honors credits over 4 years.
Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP):
To inquire about or join VIP areas listed below, follow links for teams below actively recruiting now!
Cloud Robotics Assistive Technologies: Deliverables include a low-cost robotic platform connected to cloud infrastructure that can perform the following:
Bio-mediated Ground Improvement teams of faculty, graduate students and undergraduate students are leading research on:
HII-C Teams of faculty, graduate students and undergraduate students are:
Teams of faculty, graduate students and undergraduate students are leading research on:
Chornic Stress and Cognitive Resilience teams of faculty, graduate students and undergraduate students are leading research on:
Web Series Incubator teams of faculty, graduate students and undergrduate students are:
VIP @ ASU is partially supported by a grant from the Helmsley Charitable Trust, through a subcontract from Georgia Tech, founder and host of the VIP Consortium. VIP @ ASU is hosted in the PRIME Center, directed by Carole E. Greenes, Ed.D., and co-directed by Robert A. Greenes, M.D., Ph.D. The center works closely with the Provost, Barrett Honors College, and academic units to facilitate approval of student academic program and honors credits. It works closely with VIP faculty to foster optimal projects and experiences with VIP programs and themes pursued by the universities of the VIP Consortium.
ASU is a new member of the 20-University VIP Consortium (see http://www.vip.gatech.edu/vip-consortium) dedicated to advancing undergraduate learning through real-world research.