Artificial Intelligence (AI) Undergraduate Fellowship
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Undergraduate students are only able to be awarded up to $3,000 during their undergraduate career. For example: If you have won a Summer Fellowship at $3,000 (or higher) you are unable to win another undergraduate fellowship or research experience through CUGR or MSGC. This includes AI and Medicine. 

Final Report Information:

Final Report Due: May 13, 2022

Final Reports should be submitted at:

Make sure to follow the final report guidelines by clicking the button below.

* This is the same criteria and submission link as the CUGR AY Fellowships

Award Reporting

Artificial Intelligence Applicant Information

The Office of the Vice President for Research and Dean of the Graduate School is offering fellowships in the area of artificial intelligence.

*This is the same link as the CUGR fellowship application, students can then select their fellowship type students will be also expected to present their research at the Annual Student Symposium Friday, April 15, 2022.

Artificial Intelligence(AI) Fellowship Opportunity

The emerging field of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a strategic growth area for UMaine. The mission of the AI initiative is to develop, through innovative and coordinated research, education, and strategic partnerships, transformative AI-based solutions that enhance the social and economic well-being of the citizens of Maine and beyond. Ten fellowships will be offered to students who apply through the CUGR AY 2021 Fellowship form. Students from any discipline who are focused on artificial intelligence will be considered for this fellowship when working with a faculty mentor. Pandemic related research proposals will be given special consideration. A few funding slots have been allocated to this category.

Student working on filter system in lab
UMaine Pandemic Response Teams (Caitlin Howell Lab - Filter System, Rick Corey VEMI Team - Temperature Tech)