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Undergraduate Research Grants
What is it?
  • A total of $25,500 in funding to defray the costs of undergraduate research projects
  • Each applicant can request up to $1,500

How does it work?

  1. Write an abstract and budget for your research project.
  2. Obtain IRB approval if necessary.
  3. Identify a faculty member to oversee and guide you during your research.
  4. Apply for the grant.
  5. Complete the project.
  6. Report your results.

Who should apply?

Proposals with multiple authors are accepted, but the first author listed should be

  • the primary author and project director,
  • an undergraduate student,
  • a member of Psi Chi,
  • have a faculty member willing to oversee the project, and
  • the recipient of only one research grant per year.


AWARDS & GRANTS
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Annamarie Berg
Baldwin Wallace University
2012–13 winner

"My goal is to one day have my PhD in neuroscience and psychology so that I can teach as well as continue to conduct my own research on music and the brain. Receiving this grant definitely contributed to my growth as a budding researcher because it allowed me to conduct a large, independent thesis and further my skills as an experimental psychologist. This grant enabled me to lay the foundation for my future research, as well as show graduate schools that I am a serious student whose passion lies in exploring the psychological effects of music.”

 

 

 

 

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