Funding From The Graduate Dean
College of Graduate Studies and Adult Learning Project Funding - Research funding for class projects, thesis and conference travel
Applications must be submitted to the Office of Graduate Studies and Adult Learning, located in Lyle Hall room 236.
Funding From Other Campus Sources
The Office of Sponsored Programs now accepting applications for research funding in three different categories for the Spring 2017 semester.
- Funding for research-related travel, materials, supplies, experiments and data collection, books and equipment, and other research needs
- Both graduate and undergraduate students are eligible
- Several sources of on-campus funding are available for undergraduate and graduate students seeking to conduct course-related or degree-related research.
Guidelines and Application can be found here: bit.ly/SGRCAInfo
Applications must be submitted electronically by February 19, 2018
Funding for active student participation in conferences, performance competitions, exhibitions, field trips, and off-campus research.
Guidelines and Application can be found here: bit.ly/NoonanInfo
Applications must be submitted electronically by February 26, 2018
- Funding for research-related travel, materials, supplies, experiments and data collection, books and equipment, and other research needs.
- Only undergraduates are eligible to apply
Guidelines and Application can be found here: bit.ly/NeimeyerHodgsonInfo
Applications must be submitted electronically by February 18, 2018
Undergraduate and graduate students should also consult their academic department to determine if additional department or university sources of funding are available to them.
For more information contact: Dr. René Muñoz at ext. 4457 or by email email@example.com
The Institutional Review Board for the Protection of Human Subjects (IRB)
Reviews all research involving human subjects to ensure compliance with the Code of Federal Regulations on the Protection of Human Subjects. Click here to view the IRB website with meeting dates and additional information on submitting proposals.
Master's Thesis and Doctoral Dissertation Guidelines
A master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation is an approved creative project or an interpretive, analytical work that offers evidence of an original point of view, supported by original research and the results of that research.
The Graduate Course and Program Review Committee have adopted thesis and dissertation guidelines to aid in the preparation and completion of a thesis or dissertation. A full copy of the thesis and dissertation guidelines in addition to helpful forms and template pages associated with theses and dissertations are available here: