Get Money to Conduct Research.
If you have a research idea that you've been wanting to implement, or want to know about the process for applying for research grants in general, check out these two information sessions by the Center for Undergraduate Excellence happening in January.
Community Based Undergraduate Research Grant Award Information Session
4:00 to 5:00, Tuesday, January 23
Clemmons Library Room 204
Have an idea for a community-based research project? Come to this session to learn more about Community Based Undergraduate Research Grants (CBURG) and hear from previous recipients. CBURG provides funding for students to design hands-on research projects in collaboration with community partners and faculty mentors. Come to this session to learn more about this wonderful opportunity and hear from previous recipients!
Double Hoo Information Session
4:00 to 5:00, Thursday, January 25
Byrd Morris Room (318) of Special Collections Library
Have an idea for a Double Hoo research project? Come to this session to learn more about the Double Hoo Research Grant. The grant supports pairs of undergraduate and graduate scholars seeking to pursue research together. The program is intended to encourage collaborative interaction between the undergraduate and graduate communities throughout the University. Awards of up to $6,000 are granted to undergraduate/graduate pairs to be shared between the two at their discretion and used within one year.