The Undergraduate Student Research Program gives outstanding University undergraduate students the opportunity to conduct research under the direction of an ARD faculty mentor. It is open to junior and senior undergraduates proposing to work with a faculty member who has an ARD appointment.
ARD provides up to $2,500 per successful student applicants, with a required 100% match by the participating units and/or ARD faculty mentor. Awardees are selected by ARD based on the quality of the submitted proposal.
Proposals must be authored by the student with guidance from their proposed project mentor, and submitted online.
Funding can only be received once per student; previous recipients are ineligible and will not be considered.
It is important that all the elements listed in the guidelines be included in project proposals.
Next deadline for applications is TBD, 2022.