The Provost, the Vice President of Research and Economic Development, and the Dean of the Graduate School provided small grant awards to support research, creative or artistic projects. This program underscored the value placed on providing students with research opportunities and support for the scholarly work by graduate students.
Each student chosen for support received an award up to $1000 to support his or her project. The total amount of funds made available by Provost DeHayes and Vice President Alfonso for this initiative was $40,000. One of the goals of the committee is to distribute the awards to students with quality projects representing a wide variety of departments within the University. Funds will be provided to graduate students to participate in original research, creative or artistic projects in which they have a major responsibility. Funds may be used to support travel to national or regional conferences, the purchase of items for specific projects, to defray publication costs, and specific needs that the committee deems essential for the student's development. Cost-sharing by departments and faculty sponsors are encouraged. These projects require supervision by a faculty sponsor.
Department of Psychology Grant Recipients 2010-2011
Dr. Prochaska recognized by Governor
Dr. Wood named Associate Editor of Journal
Dr. Rogers receives Mentoring Award
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