"The college’s Undergraduate Research Program (URP) was created by CST Dean Hai-Lung Dai to promote and facilitate opportunities for students to gain hands-on research experience while pursuing their undergraduate degrees."
"Students spend a maximum of two semesters in URP, said McGinnis. Infall and spring, they can earn three research credits, working a minimum of nine hours per week in the lab. Since last spring, students are able to earn $9 per hour for hours worked in the lab beyond their required coursework, up to nine paid hours per week. During summer semesters, instead of receiving research academic credits, students can earn up to $4,000."
If a graduate student works as TA in summer and do research at the same time, can he or she earn up to $ 4000?