SRC Website: SRC Research Scholar Profile

Students are a valuable "product" of the SRC research program, and companies consider student information to be a primary source of value from their investment.

Student information collected via the SRC website is the way SRC receives student data. Student information is collected and stored in the SRC database as the definitive record of student participation. The student information is then put on the SRC website for member company access.It is vital that information is received about new and graduated students in a timely manner - especially graduation dates - so that information provided to members and recruiters is accurate.

Sign up for an account on the SRC website

Sign up for an account on the SRC website to access networking tools, community events, and access to the Research Catalog. Be sure to use your University email address or you will not be able to proceed.

Website Registration

Complete your SRC Research Scholar profile

When you complete your SRC Research Scholar profile on the SRC website, you get added to the Research Scholar Directory. We'll ask for details such as your SRC research project details, what your current degree is, and some basic demographics. The Directory allows our members to find project participants, and the profile helps them understand the people working on each research project.

Scholar Profile

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Student/Postdoctoral Researcher Information

All students working on SRC-funded research must complete this online form to provide basic information so a record can be added to the database. An SRC student is defined as a regularly enrolled Masters or Ph.D. student who has been and is currently, or is planned to be, working on a research task that is funded under an SRC research contract for at least one full academic term. Students may be fully or partially funded by a contract or leveraged, but must be working directly on a task funded by the contract. Students working on SRC funded research are recruited by the Principal Investigator or Task Leader. Once invited by faculty to join an SRC funded research group, a student can register online here. Be sure to use a university email address (ends with .edu) and choose “Yes” to the last question. When completing the demographics section, please indicate that you are an SRC student.  

Student / Postdoctoral Researcher Completion Information

Students should edit their information via the SRC website once their research participation is over. Information requested will include graduation dates, research completion dates, reasons for ending participation, employment information, etc.

Student Annual Report

This is an update of all student information. A request is sent to the Principal Investigator in conjunction with the annual research review. Students may be requested to check their own information for accuracy.

Student Semi-Annual Report

This is an update of all student information. An e-mail request is sent to the Principal Investigator 30 days before contract start or renewal and again mid-year requesting an update to all student information. Students may be requested to check their own information. The request made at contract start/renewal is a contractual obligation.

Resumes

It is the student's responsibility to submit a resume for posting to the SRC website. 

All students must be in the SRC student database to participate in any SRC programs or events and to access the secure website. Students are encouraged to update their personal information via the website on a regular basis.

Student information can be updated online by logging into the website and choosing "View/Edit my student profile" from the My Tools area of the My SRC Page. 

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