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Research-Intensive Course Mini Grants



Challenge your students to develop their research skills through course-based projects.  Get support from our office to do it.

Recipients of a Spring 2021 Research-Intensive Course Mini-Grant will:

  • Either 1) develop a larger assignment or course plan that challenges students to develop their research skills or 2) develop activities to provide more scaffolding for student research skill development
  • Receive $500
  • Get support from the Center through workshops and advising

Deadline for Spring 2021: November 16, 2020, 11:59 pm


Research-Intensive Course Mini-Grants

Deadline for Spring 2021: November 16, 2020, 11:59 pm

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