SuperNova Research Fellows
The SuperNova Undergraduate Research Fellows Program challenges motivated undergraduate students between sophomore and senior year to build upon their STAR or undergraduate research experience in progressively demanding undergraduate research experiences, courses, and projects. The program is designed to document and recognize students for participating in research-related activity throughout their time at Drexel.
Throughout the program, students will document and reflect on their research-related experiences through digital badges. Students accepted into the SuperNova Undergraduate Research Fellow Program can seek one of two designations by graduation:
- Undergraduate Research Fellow: To be recognized as a Research Fellow, students must earn a minimum of sixteen (16) points and earn a minimum 3.2 cumulative GPA by graduation.
- SuperNova: To be recognized as a SuperNova, students must earn a minimum of thirty-two (32) points and earn a minimum 3.5 cumulative GPA by graduation. These students will have this achievement noted on their transcript and will graduate with academic distinction.