We are excited to share two opportunities for LCOE students and faculty to receive funding for research projects. These awards support faculty-student collaboration on research projects. One is designed to support faculty seeking research assistants for existing or planned projects and the other supports students who want to engage in research in a specific area of interest and have identified a faculty member who can support them in that work:
– The Research Grant for Undergraduate, Credential and Graduate Students supports students, mentored by a faculty mentor, to conduct a student-initiated research project. These awards are designed to support student-faculty collaboration on an ongoing or proposed research project related to the student’s major. The funding for these awards is $2,000 for a semester or $4,000 for an academic year for student researchers and $500 per semester for faculty mentors.
– The Student Research Assistant Grant for Faculty provides funding to hire student research assistants to collaborate on research activities on a faculty-led research project. These awards are designed to support student-faculty collaboration on a faculty member’s ongoing or proposed research project in the student’s major field of study. The funding for these awards goes to student research assistants and is up to $2,000 for a semester or $4,000 for a year.
Applications are due April 22. Details about each award are in the applications. If you have any questions about developing the concept or approach to your application, please contact email@example.com. If you have any questions about submitting the application itself, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.