Apply for a Research Grant with UGA Libraries - Seven undergraduate research awards up for grabs
By Jessica Luton
Have a great idea for research but need a little funding help? The University of Georgia Libraries’ Undergraduate Research Awards are currently accepting applications for seven cash prizes totaling $2,000 for students who demonstrate distinction in research and academic inquiry. Find the requirements for applying here.
Established in support of the University’s mission of instruction, research and service mission, these scholarships are meant to encourage scholarship and emphasize the research process using library resources and services.
This is a great opportunity for undergraduate students, especially those that may be embarking on a research project for the very first time.
Students must be enrolled in the CURO or Honors programs OR submit abstracts of their projects to the CURO Symposium by Feb. 14, in addition to applying for the research award.
Take advantage of this unique opportunity. But act fast. Deadlines are quickly approaching. Read more about the UGA Libraries Undergraduate Research Award here and learn more about applying for the CURO Symposium here.
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