Small grants for undergraduate research

Howard M. Fried refried at gibbs.oit.unc.edu
Sat Nov 20 10:43:03 EST 1993


In article <2chn49$nfu at noc.usfca.edu>, Chihara at NOC.USFCA.EDU (Dr.Chihara)
wrote:

> 
> Any know of an agency offering small grants to help sponsor
> undergraduate research? Cotrell used to be useful, but has eliminated
> biology. 
> 
> Dr. Chihara
> Chihara at compserv.usfca.edu
> USF
> __________________________________

This may not be relevant but individuals with ongoing National Science
Foundation awards may apply to NSF for supplements to provide research
training for one or two undergraduates (per PI).  The application process
is simple (a letter describing student activities and a one page budget
form).  You should request "Research Experiences For Undergraduates"
program announcement by E-mail to pubs at nsf.gov.

NSF also sponsors full-fledged undergraduate research programs involving a
minimum of 6 students.  Guidelines for proposals for such programs are
contained in the same program announcement.

Howard M. Fried
Department of Biochemistry
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
"The Southern Part of Heaven"



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