Student Research Project Grants
As you become connected to various research projects across campus, you will find yourself with opportunities to travel, or engage in other kinds of hands-on work related to research. Often, the department or other campus entity can cover the costs of your engagement in research, but sometimes you will need to fund part or all of that experience yourself. That’s where our grants program comes in. Student Research Project Grants support activities where students incur expenses directly related to conducting research. This might include travel to present at or attend a conference, a trip to an archive or field site to conduct research, expenses for a community outreach project, research-related supplies, or other opportunities. If there is a measurable outcome directly related to your education at Seattle U, the grants program may be for you.
This year, departments, centers, offices, student groups, programs and other SU entities may apply to Student Research to fund a student or students for a particular opportunity, or to propose an event or other research-based project in which students are the direct, primary beneficiaries.
See the resources below for submission guidelines and examples of successful grant proposals.