Two free registrations to the Texas Systems Research Symposium1, and two invitations to the Symposium’s VIP dinner and networking event.

Opportunity for increased engagement with students through classroom interaction, such as projects and/or mentorship in systems-related courses.

Engage in tailored one-on-one research discussions with consortium faculty.

Easy access to consulting through SRC contacts.

Facilitated access2 to recruit highly qualified students for co-ops, internships and permanent positions that fulfill affiliate needs, including but not limited to dissemination of career and internship opportunities relevant to studies as provided by SRC affiliates.

Access to approved university facilities for on-campus interviews in conjunction with the Texas Systems Research Symposium and other recruiting events.

One technical talk3 to interested students promoted by the SRC and relevant academic departments.

Invitation to attend systems-related talks and lectures conducted through relevant university speaker series4.

Visiting lecturers and researchers may participate in in-class lecture series4, student theses committees, and join in research with SRC faculty and students (subject to university guidelines).

Work on campus with SRC faculty, staff, and students for periodic consultation to learn about the most advanced technologies. Access to live demos and lab tours.

Ability to submit a nominee for Research Associate: Research Fellow or Visiting Researcher/Scholar5.

Acknowledgement of sponsorship on SRC website and at all affiliated events.