Supporting students, mentors, and instructors engaged in research.

Research-Intensive Course Grants



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

Recipients of a Research-Intensive Course Grant will:

  • Develop a larger assignment or course plan that challenges students to develop their research skills
  • Receive $500 for the instructor and an additional $500 for course expenses
  • Get support from the Center through workshops and advising

Deadline for Fall 2019: July 19, 2019


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More than 1,200 students have received Undergraduate Research Awards since 1986
More than 150 mentors sponsored undergraduate projects through the Center for Undergraduate Research each year
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